Erica carnea 'Springwood White'
Also called Springwood White Winter Heath
More About Erica carnea 'Springwood White'
- Clusters of drooping, white, cylindrical flowers
- Small, green, needle-like foliage keeps its colour all year
- Insignificant fruit, rattles when jostled
- Slow-growing, low, spreading habit
- Bloom Time: Early spring
Springwood White Heath Growing and Maintenance Tips
Erica can be finicky and have very specific planting requirements. Best grown in a rich, acidic soil, with average to evenly moist conditions, and excellent drainage (no tolerance for standing water). Alkaline soil will cause chlorosis (yellowing of the foliage). Protection (burlap wrap or mulch) from drying, winter winds is recommended in an exposed location.
Erica carnea 'Springwood White' Characteristics
Moist to Average
Flowering TimeEarly Spring