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I agree that there is no better site for heathers than open moorland but for those not fortunate to get into the wilds very often even the domestic patch of heather serves as a wonderful reminder of the real thing!
I love the really deep maroon heather with the very fine leaves it's so delicate and yet tough and makes a fine show in the garden without looking tatie as the flowers fade.
The white heather at my garden gate is to wish good luck to everyone who enters. New varieties of winter-flowering heather give a great show for months and,even when not in flower, look good. Have you seen the yellow heather in the temperate house at Kew?

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