The Q&A Archives: Erica verticillata

Question: I tried to contact you about a year ago regarding Erica verticillata 'Ruby Lace'. My interest is scientific and historical. I work at Kirstenbosch National Botanic Gardens and have found a number of clones (8) of this Erica in gardens around the world. We are very excited about this plant bexcause it is extinct in the wild and has conservation interest for us. We would like to do genetic studies to compare the different clones and would like to do this with yours as well.The ultimate plan is to have the widest genetic pool to draw from for restoring this species to its remaining habitat. Please will you contact me in this regard or put me on to someone who can help?
yours sincerely
Anthony Hitchcock
Nursery and Living Plant collections Manager
Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens

Answer: Thank you for asking. This Q&A service is intended to help home gardeners with their home gardening questions and the answers are supplied by dtaff at the National Gardening Association. I would suggest you write directly to Monrovia at their legal address. As noted on the Monrovia web site, all official correspondence should be sent via postal mail to:

Monrovia Nursery
P.O. Box 1385
Azusa, CA 91702

Or, you might try the contact email at (you may need to cut and paste the complete url into your browser to make it work correctly):

I hope this helps.

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