Hebe ‘Andersonii Variegata’

Hebe ‘Andersonii Variegata’ photographed at Probus Garden, Cornwall, UK

Hebe ‘Andersonii Variegata’ forms a much-branched, bushy, evergreen shrub, about 3–6 ft (1–2 m) high. The leaves are mid to pale greyish-green, with green markings, and irregular white to pale cream margins, lance-shaped, about 4 in (10 mm) long, and 1 in (25 mm) wide. In June and July it bears 4 in (10 mm) spikes of light purple flowers, which fade to white.

A tender hebe in the UK. This is a variegated form of Hebe ‘Andersonii’ that has been in cultivation since 1861.

NZ Plants W  Hebes A  Hebes B

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