Hebes C – Hebe ‘C P Raffill’ to Hebe cupressoides ‘Boughton Dome’

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Hebe ‘C P Raffill’ is a large, erect growing, bushy, evergreen shrub, reaching 40 in (1 m) or more, with light green, narrow leaves, and white flowers in June to July, and often again later in the year. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Caledonia’ forms a somewhat open, shrubby, evergreen bush to 2 ft (60 cm) high, with erect reddish branches and reddish young leaves. The flowers, in violet spikes, are carried in July to August, and maybe again in autumn. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Candy’ is a bushy, evergreen shrub that grows to about 40 in (1 m) or more high. The green leaves are broad spear-shaped, 1.2–2.4 in (3–6 cm) long and 0.4–0.7 in (10–18 mm) wide, the new growth is paler green. The flowers are pale pink-purple fading with age, summer. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe canterburiensis is an evergreen shrub with erect branches to about 40 in (1 m) tall. The leaves are about 1 in (25 mm) long and 0.23 in (6 mm) wide, glossy green above, spear shaped, with a yellow-green margin. The flowers, in white spikes, are seen in early summer. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Carl Teschner’ – see Hebe ‘Youngii’

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Hebe ‘Carnea’ is a much-branched evergreen shrub growing to about 4 ft (1.2 m) high. The green leaves are narrow and spear-shaped, 1.5–2.5 in (4.5–6 cm) long, 0.5 in (1.2 cm) wide. The flowers are a rich pink fading to white; summer. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Carnea Variegata’ (syn Hebe ‘Carnea Tricolor’) is an open, bushy, evergreen shrub, growing to about 40 in (1 m) high. The spear-shaped light green leaves are 1.6–2.4 in (4–6 cm) long and 0.3–0.4 in (8–10 mm) wide, with broad cream edges. Pink flowers, fading to pale pink or white, in summer. This hebe is tender in the UK.
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Hebe carnosula is a low-growing, fairly compact, evergreen shrub to about 16 in (40 cm). The leaves are grey-green, oval, concave, 0.5 in (12 mm) long, with yellowish margins. The flowers, in white spikes, are seen in summer. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Celina’ is an evergreen bushy shrub, which grows to about 12 in (30 cm) high. The small, green, spear-shaped, glossy leaves are notched. The pale lilac to white are seen in bunches at the branch ends, in late spring to early summer. This hebe may be hardy to –10°C.
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Hebe ‘Champagne’ is a smallish, low-growing, evergreen shrub, with small mid-green leaves. The flowers are pale lilac, fading to white. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK, and free-flowering.
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Hebe ‘Champion’ (syn Hebe ‘Champseiont’) is an evergreen shrub with an open upright habit, growing to about 18 in (40 cm) high and 24 in (60 cm) wide. The small, glossy, dark green leaves are cup-shaped, 0.5 in (12 mm) long and 0.3 in (7 mm) wide; they turn purple in winter. Violet flowers, fading white, in late spring to summer. This hebe is hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Charming White’ is an evergreen shrub, which grows to about 40 in (1 m) high. It has narrow, green, parallel-sided leaves. Spikes of white flowers open from lilac tinted buds in late spring. This hebe grows in most soils in a sunny position.
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Hebe chathamica is a low-growing, rambling, evergreen, bushy shrub. The light green, thick, broad, spear-shaped leaves are 0.8–1.2 in (2–3 cm) long, and tend to lie in one plane. The flowers open lilac, then fade to white; summer. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Christensenii’ forms a bushy, rounded, evergreen shrub, about 40 in (1 m) high. The leaves are small, glossy and green. A hardy hebe in the UK, but no flowers are seen.
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Hebe ‘Clear Skies’ forms a neat, dense, evergreen bush, growing to about 24 in (60 cm) tall. The leaves are lance shaped, silvery blue-green, about 0.7 in (18 mm) long. The flowers are blue-mauve. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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For more information on Hebe cockayniana, and a larger view 20K

Hebe cockayniana is an erect, much-branched, neatly-growing, evergreen shrub, reaching 40 in (1 m). The leaves are oval, green above, bluish-green below, up to 0.7 in (1.7 cm) long. Its flowers are white, but this hardy hebe rarely flowers in cultivation.
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Hebe corriganii is an upright, evergreen, bushy shrub, growing to about 6.5 ft (2 m) high. The glossy, green, spear-shaped leaves are 3–6 in (8–15 cm) long. Pale lilac or white flowers in late spring or summer, and again in autumn in mild areas of the UK. A hebe that is hardy to –5°C.
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Hebe ‘County Park’ is a low-growing, ground cover, evergreen shrub, reaching about 6 in (15 cm) high. The leaves are small, spear-shaped and greyish-green in colour. The flowers are violet, and seen in summer. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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Hebe cupressoides is a large, upright or rounded, hardy whipcord hebe, which grows up to 6.5 ft (2 m) high. The leaves are grey-green, about 0.6 in (1.5 mm) long, which closely clasp the stem. In June and July it carries clusters of lilac flowers at the branch tips. The greyer, upright form has foliage with a cedar-like scent.
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Hebe cupressoides ‘Boughton Dome’ is a small, neat, grey-green leaved shrub, growing to about 18 in (45 cm) high. Although it rarely flowers, it is a good foliage plant, the paler, larger juvenile foliage giving added interest. A hardy hebe in the UK.
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