Hebe ‘Edington’ forms a somewhat open, upright growing, evergreen shrub, about 40 in (1 m) high, or more in a sheltered spot. The leaves are mid-green and lance-shaped 1.2–2.4 in (30–60 mm) long; the young leaves and leaf buds are purple. The flowers are a rich violet-purple, fading to pale purple. A hebe hardy in the UK.
This hebe cultivar was raised by the late Douglas Chalk, founding Chairman of the Hebe Society, in his nursery in the Somerset village of Edington. The parents are Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’ and Hebe ‘Midsummer Beauty’.