Hebe glaucophylla ‘Clarence’
Hebe glaucophylla ‘Clarence’ is a compact grey-leaved evergreen shrub, growing to 32 in (80 cm) or more high. The grey-green leaves are spear-shaped, 0.5–0.8 in (14–20 mm) long, and 0.15–0.25 in (4–6 mm) wide. The flowers are white, although it is not a free-flowering hebe, summer. A hebe hardy in the UK.
This form of Hebe glaucophylla was collected by Graham Hutchins in the Clarence Pass, near Hanmer Springs, South Island, New Zealand. It always looks good.