Erica pseudocalycina is a much branched shrub growing to 0.5 m. The flower’s maroon center against the clean white corolla is lovely. The small flowers can be seen from Spring to Summer delicately displayed along sturdy but fine branches, tightly covered with ridged, neatly arranged leaves. Place in a sunny position in sandy acidic soil.
- Approximately 25 seeds in a packet
- Sow in Autumn when nights are cool but days are still arm
- USDA Zone 8