‘Netherfield Orange’

White flowers turning pink, II–III; gold foliage deepening to orange in winter, and the young shoots tipped yellow; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm.

Found as a seedling in a bed of 'Springwood White'; found by H. H. Ballantyne (Netherfield Fruit Farm, near Beeswing, Dumfries, Scotland) by 1985; introduced by H. H. Ballantyne.

Named after the nursery where it originated, at Dumfries, Scotland.