‘Foxhollow’

Heliotrope (H12) to shell-pink (H16) flowers, depending on the exposure to the sun, I–IV; yellow foliage which deepens to orange-red in very cold weather, shoots tipped bronze for most of the year; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm.

Seedling amongst Erica carnea 'Aurea'; found at Foxhollow (Windlesham, Surrey, England) by J. F. Letts by 1969; introduced by J. F. Letts. The holotype of f. aureifolia D. C. McClintock was from 'Foxhollow'.

Named after the finder's home and nursery.