A dwarf hebe, forming low, carpeting mounds of small, grey-green leaves, setting off the white flowers with blue anthers which appear in May and June. It’s perfect for growing in groups as ground cover, in a sunny or partially shaded spot. One of the hardiest hebes, it’s tolerant of salt and pollution and therefore ideal for growing in coastal or inner city locations.
Likes any moist but well-drained, soil. In full sun or partial shade.
Remove damaged or crossed branches in spring.
Height 35cm x Spread 1m