Hebes B – Hebe ‘Baby Blush’ to Hebe buchananii

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Hebe ‘Baby Blush’ is a compact, bushy, evergreen shrub, which grows to about 30 in (65 cm) high. The green leaves are small and spear-shaped, and in winter develop a deep purple colour. The rich pink flowers are in racemes up to 1.6 in (4 cm) long, early summer. Fairly hardy in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Baby Marie’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Baby Marie’ (syn Hebe buxifolia ‘Nana’) is a compact, bushy, evergreen shrub, which grows to about 16 in (40 cm) high. The tiny, thick, spear-shaped green leaves are 0.25–0.3 in (6–8 mm) long. The flowers are lilac, late spring to early summer.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Balfouriana’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Balfouriana’ is an erect growing, evergreen bushy shrub, growing to 3 ft (90 cm). The pale green, shiny, oval leaves are 0.5–0.75 in (1.25–1.8 cm) long. Young leaves have purple edges. The flowers are pale blue-purple; summer. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe barkeri, and a larger view 20K

Hebe barkeri is an upright, evergreen shrub, growing to about 40 in (1 m). The leaves are pale green and lance-shaped, the flowers are purple-blue fading to white. Fairly hardy in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Barnettii’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Barnettii’ (syn Hebe albicans ‘Barnettii’) is a compact, bushy, evergreen shrub, which grows to about 24–36 in (60–90 cm) high. The glaucous spear-shaped leaves are 0.6–0.8 in (1.4–2 cm) long. White flowers in summer.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Beatrice’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Beatrice’ is an erect growing, evergreen shrub reaching about 2 ft (60 cm). The leaves are a shiny green and lance-shaped. The flowers open pale lilac and fade to white, long flowering period. Hardy and easy to grow in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Beverley Hills’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Beverley Hills’ is a compact, bushy, evergreen shrub, growing to about 40 in (1 m) high and wide. The leaves are lance-shaped, and mid green above. The young branches are reddish. The flowers are bright violet, and are seen in April and May.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Bicolor Wand’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Bicolor Wand’ is a large, rounded, somewhat tender, evergreen shrub, growing to 5 ft (150 cm) or more. The dark green leaves are spear shaped, about 3.5 in (9 cm) long. The flowers are blue-purple; summer.
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For more information on Hebe bishopiana, and a larger view 20K

Hebe bishopiana is a low, spreading, evergreen shrub, about 16 in (40 cm) high. The leaves are lance-shaped, dark glossy green above, the leaf bud is purple. The flowers are lilac, fading to white, carried in September until the first frosts. This hebe is tender in the UK, and comes from the Waitakere Range of mountains to the west of Auckland, New Zealand.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Black Beauty’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Black Beauty’ (syn Hebe ‘Darkest of All’) is an evergreen shrub, growing to 40 in (1 m) high and 40 in (1 m) wide. The purple-bronze leaves are broad spear-shaped, 1.2 in (3 cm) long and 0.4 in (1 cm) wide, new foliage green. Purple flowers in summer. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Blue Clouds’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Blue Clouds’ is a bushy, evergreen shrub with shiny, dark green leaves, which turn deep purple in winter. Carries spikes of mauve flowers in summer, and again in autumn. Hardy and easy to grow in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Blue Star’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Blue Star’ is a compact, rounded, evergreen shrub, reaching 16 in (40 cm) high. The spear shaped leaves are grey-green. It produces masses of white flowers over a long summer period.
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For more information on Hebe bollonsii, and a larger view 20K

Hebe bollonsii is an upright, fast-growing, evergreen hebe, which can reach 6.5 ft (2 m). The leaves are lance-shaped, dark green. The flowers are white, seen in June and July.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Boscawenii’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Boscawenii’ is a small, semi-prostrate, evergreen hebe, growing to about 15 in (40 cm). The small leaves are shiny and mid-green. The flowers are light mauve, and appear in early summer.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Bouquet’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Bouquet’ is a compact, bushy, evergreen shrub growing to 30 in (70 cm) high and wide. The glossy, green leaves are shear-shaped, 1.2 in (3 cm) long and 0.3 in (8 mm) wide, young growth is purple. The flowers are purple fading to lilac, late spring to early summer. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Bowles’ Variety’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Bowles’ Variety’ is a compact, evergreen shrub, growing to about 18 in (45 cm) high. The slightly shiny, mid-green, broad, spear-shaped leaves are 1.5 in (4 cm) long and 0.4 in (1 cm) wide. Mauve-blue flowers in spikes up to 3 in (7.5 cm) long in early summer. This hebe has proved to be hardy in mid-Cheshire.
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For more information on Hebe brachysiphon, and a larger view 20K

Hebe brachysiphon forms a compact shrub, growing to about 40 in (1 m) high. The green spear-shaped leaves are about an inch (2–3 cm) long, and 0.25 in (6 mm) wide. The flowers are white. Hardy in the UK, and suitable for use as a hedge in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Bracken Hill’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Bracken Hill’ is a low-growing, small-leaved, evergreen hebe, with light blue-mauve flowers, fading lighter.
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For more information on Hebe breviracemosa, and a larger view 20K

Hebe breviracemosa is an erect growing, evergreen shrub, which reach 40 in (1 m) or more tall. The leaves are spear shaped, and are light green. The flowers are lilac, fading to white. This very rare hebe is rather similar in appearance to the well-known Hebe salicifolia.
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For more information on Hebe brockiei, and a larger view 20K

Hebe brockiei is a low-growing, evergreen shrub, with small, mid-green, shell-like leaves and short spikes of white flowers in May and June. Hardy ground-cover shrub.
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For more information on Hebe ‘Bronze Baby’, and a larger view 20K

Hebe ‘Bronze Baby’ (syn Hebe ‘Bronzy Baby’) is a compact, evergreen shrub, growing to 18 in (50 cm) high, and a little more wide. The spear-shaped leaves are 1.5 in (4 cm) long and 0.3 in (8 mm) wide, mid-green with a cream edge, turning bronze in winter. Not free flowering. This hebe is hardy in the UK.
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Hebe buchananii as usually seen is a much-branched, hardy, low-growing, evergreen shrub, with small, round olive-green leaves. It has short spikes of white flowers in late May and early June.
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