Heath Bell

Heath

[heeth]
Heath can mean:

  • Heath (habitat), a landscape characterised by open, low growing woody vegetation.
  • Any of several related genera of flowering plants in the Heath habitat -
    • Erica (the genus most widely so known as heath)
    • Calluna, genus growing in the heath habitat
    • Cassiope, genus growing in the heath habitat
    • Daboecia, genus growing in the heath habitat
    • Epacris (also known as Australian Heath), genus growing in the heath habitat
    • Leucopogon (Beard-heath), genus growing in the heath habitat
    • Phyllodoce (Mountainheath), genus growing in the heath habitat
  • Ericaceae, Plant family containing Erica

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