Flowers prolific, large, deep red. Raised c. 1912 at Glasnevin, Ireland, by Mr Ball. Possibly a colour variant of e. rubra var. macrantha.
Evergreen shrub to about 2 m tall. Branches semi-pendulous. Leaves mostly less than 2.5 cm long, round to obovate.One of a group of similarly named cultivars raised by the Slieve Donard Nsy, Newry, Co. Down, Ireland, presumed cross of e. rubra or e. rubra var. macrantha with e. virgata.
Vigorous shrub to 2 m or so tall with leaves to about 2.5 cm long. Flowers pale carmine, about 1.5 cm wide. Raised at the Royal Bot. Gds, Edinburgh, pre- 1914. Sometimes listed as a cultivar of the hybrid e. _langleyensis Veitch (e. rubra _ e. virgata), which is treated here as a cultivar.
Deciduous shrub to about 2 m tall. Flowers pink in bud, opening white with a pink flush and with spreading petals.
Shrub with angled shoots. Leaves dark green, to about 7 cm long,more or less ovate. Flowers with pinkish buds but becoming white, in terminal clusters 12-15 cm long, fragrant. Presumed hybrid between e. bifida and e. _exoniensis originating from Caerhays Castle, Cornwall, uk, where it was discovered by gardener, Mr Ivey.
Shrub to nearly 2 m tall with arching branches and small leaves 1-2.5 cm long, oval to obovate. Flowers rosy pink in early summer. Raised by the Veitch Nsy, Langley, uk, c. 1893 as a cross of e. virgata with a selection of e. rubra. [e. _langleyensis]
Dense shrub with dark red flowers.Originated in Holland by the firm, p.g. Zwijnenburg, from a cross between 'William Watson' and 'c.f. Ball' and very similar to the species.