Erica Darleyensis 'Kramer's Red' - Winter Heathers

Erica x Darleyensis ‘Kramer’s Red’ – Winter Heather

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Isn’t spring a perfect time to share some images of garden and flowers? However, cause I don’t know much about flowers, but I know they can be really beautiful, so it’s also easier to take a decent shot when you’re shooting flowers.

I hope I got the name right of this flower, but it was very challenging to find a proper name. It seems like there are some flowers that look very similar to the ones photographed, and they share different names or quite often with many names of one flower. With a little bit of research, I believe this flower is called “Erica x Darleyensis ‘Kramer’s Red’ (rose-pink color).

The white version is called “Silberschmelze” or “Erica Carnea Springwood White.”

The easiest way to call them both is simply, Winter Heathers.

But of course, I could be totally wrong here about the whole name. Feel free to download this picture and use it on your blog… no matter if you’re looking for an image of Winter Heathers, or beautiful rose-pink and white flowers with a nice bokeh.

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