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Winter heath

Bruyère carnée.
Credit : PNV - BENOÎT Philippe

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"The winter heath (Erica carnea) takes its name from its early blooming red or pink, ""flesh coloured” flowers (May-June). It is a protected plant in the Rhône-Alpes region and, although very rare throughout the rest of France, is common in Maurienne. On the Loza route, it reaches record altitudes in the last moors right under la Croix. In early summer, as soon as it has freshly snowed, your walk will take you through a real-life impressionist painting."

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Updated at : 28/02/2024
Lat : 45.2620424Lng : 6.7751239

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