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Erica andevalensis

heather from the mines

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Erica andevalensis, or mining heather, is a shrub species or small tree of the genus Erica, endemic to the Iberian pyritic belt in the province of Huelva. It is characterized by living on very acid mining soils and loaded with heavy metals. It is listed as 'endangered' in the Andalusian legislation.

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Bulk Seed Packaging

We apply a packaging surcharge of 1 euro per species for orders under 150 € (with a limit of 20 €).

Price per gram

(VAT not included)

0,09 - 0,30

In stock

For orders of Discount (%) The unit price is
10 - 99 - 0,30
100 - 999 60 % 0,12
1,000+ 70 % 0,09
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Technical Information

Planting Information

It is recommended to place the seed in a humid environment, in the dark and at a temperature of 15ºC (12 hours) and 20ºC (12 hours).

Average Height
300
Properties

Información adicional

Leaf Lifespan

Evergreen

Flower Color

Rose, Violet

Leaf Color

Green

Flowering Season

Early Spring, Late Winter

Sowing Season

Early Autumn, Late Autumn

Group

Shrubs

Habitat

Rock Gardens

Plant Lifespan

Perennial

Water Requirements

Low

Light Requirements

Full Sun

Origin

Native Seeds

Soil Type

Acidic