Heather of the month – Erica arborea ‘Albert’s Gold’
‘Albert’s Gold’ is noteworthy for its bright yellow foliage.
White flowers, March–May, sparse, slightly scented; yellow foliage all year being brightest in winter and spring; height 1m and more; spread 75–100cm.
‘Albert’s Gold’ was a sport from Erica arborea ‘Alpina’ propagated by Albert Turner (Birmingham, UK).
Photograph copyright David Plumridge; photographed at Consett, County Durham, England on 11 January 2013.