Definition of Fine-leaved heath

1. Noun. Common low European shrub with purple-red flowers.

Exact synonyms: Bell Heather, Erica Cinerea, Heather Bell
Generic synonyms: Erica, True Heath



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fine-leaved heath (current term)
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Literary usage of Fine-leaved heath

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1. Mountain and moor by John Ellor Taylor, Josiah Wood Whymper (1879)
"Neither is so fine-leaved heath (Erica cinerea). abundant, however, as the Ling (Calluna vulgaris). The first-mentioned species has its leaves in threes, ..."

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