Hebe ‘Greensleeves’

Hebe ‘Greensleeves’ photographed at Inverewe Gardens, Poolewe, Scotland, UK

Hebe ‘Greensleeves’ forms an upright evergreen shrub, reaching 24 in (60 cm). The tiny, green leaves are 0.15 in (4 mm) long, and held at an angle to the stems. Bunches of white flowers at seen at the branch tips in May and June. Hardy in the UK.

This hebe was raised in 1973 by Graham Hutchins, County Park Nursery, UK. It is a hybrid between Hebe ochracea and another unknown hebe. It is one of the few whipcord hybrids to flower well.

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