Hebes





Hebe 'Hinerua'

An erect, much-branched, evergreen shrub growing to about 24 in (60 cm) high. The tiny, yellow-green, spear-shaped leaves are 0.11–0.15 in (3–4 mm) long. White flowers are carried on the branch ends; summer, and maybe autumn.
 
Height: 2 feet
Width: 3 feet
Water: Moist, but well-drained rich soil
Blooms: Late Summer
Exposure: Part Shade to Full Sun
Hardiness: Zone 6





Hebe ochracea ‘James Stirling’

'James Stirling' is a dense, low, spreading evergreen shrub with ochre-yellow, scale-like leaves. It bears small, white flowers in short racemes from late spring.
 
Height: 1-1.5 ft.
Width: 1.5-2 ft.
Water: Moist but well-drained soil
Blooms: Spring-Summer
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Hardiness: Zone 6





Hebe 'Red Edge'

Dense, blue-green foliage carries a narrow margin of rosy red. The red intensifies as temperatures cool, for unbeatable winter appeal. Lilac flowers provide a summer bonus.

Height: 2 feet
Width: 2 feet
Water: Moist, but well-drained rich soil
Blooms: Summer
Exposure: Part Shade to Full Sun
Hardiness: Zone 7





Hebe topiaria

Excellent, tiny blue-green leaves combined with a dense habit give topiaria a neatly groomed appearance. Pretty white summer flowers.

Height: 3 feet
Width: 6 feet
Water: Moist, but well-drained rich soil
Blooms: Summer
Exposure: Part Shade to Full Sun
Hardiness: Zone 7





Hebe ‘Wingletye’

Light purple flowers contrast against pretty grey-green foliage in late summer. Low growing and easy to care for, Wingletye is an attractive groundcover.

Height: 3 feet
Width: 3 feet
Water: Moist, but well-drained rich soil
Blooms: Late Summer
Exposure: Part Shade to Full Sun
Hardiness: Zone 8



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