A yellow form of our native Cornish Heath which grows on heaths and open woodland in the South West of England. Its evergreen, golden yellow leaves form a rounded shrublet, height 35-45cm, with the added bonus of white flowers from August to October. The flowers are particularly attractive to bees and the golden foliage provides colour all year round. Best grown in a sunny, well-drained but not too dry position. A trim after flowering will help to maintain a neat habit.