Erica andevalensis

HEATHER FROM THE MINES

SC00044

It 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 catalogued as 'in danger of extinction' in the Andalusian legislation.

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Additional information

Leaf Lifespan

Evergreen

Flower Color

Pink

Leaf Color

Green

Flowering Season

Early Summer, Late Summer

Sowing Season

Early Autumn

Family

Trees

Habitat

Moorland and Gorse

Plant Lifespan

Perennial

Water Requirements

Medium

Light Requirements

Part Sun

Origin

Iberian Peninsula

Soil Type

Acidic

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