''Erica tetralix'' is a species of heather found in Atlantic areas of Europe, from southern Portugal to central Norway, as well as a number of boggy regions further from the coast in Central Europe. In bogs, wet heaths and damp coniferous woodland, ''Erica tetralix'' can become a dominant part of the flora. It has also been introduced to parts of North America and other parts of Europe such as Austria and Switzerland.
Specie identified by Joost Thissen
It is a perennial subshrub with small pink bell-shaped drooping flowers.. more