Hebes L – Hebe ‘La Séduisante’ to Hebe lycopodioides ‘Peter Pan’

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Hebe ‘La Séduisante’ (syn Hebe speciosa ‘La Séduisante’) is an erect, bushy, evergreen shrub, growing to 40 in (1 m) or more high. The glossy green leaves are spear-shaped, 2.4–4 in (6–10 cm) long and about 1.4 in (3.5 cm) wide. The leaves have purple edges, young leaves are purple below. Flowers are reddish-purple, summer and autumn. This hebe is tender in the UK.
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Hebe laingii is a whipcord hebe that forms an upright, evergreen bush, growing to about 12 in (30 cm) high. The yellow-green minute leaves are clasped around the stem. White flowers are seen at the tips of the branches, summer. Hardy in the UK.
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Hebe lavaudiana (syn Heliohebe lavaudiana) is decumbent, evergreen, bushy shrub that usually grows to 8 in (20 cm) or more high. The round green leaves are 0.7 in (18 mm) long, the red edges are toothed. Erect spikes of beautiful pink flowers in spring. This hebe is hardy in UK, although it is susceptible to downy mildew. It best grown in sparse conditions, eg in tufa, in an open sunny position.
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Hebe ‘Lavender Lace’ (syn Hebe ‘Boulder Lake’) forms an upright, branched, open, evergreen bush growing to 40–60 in (1–1.5 m) high. The narrow, spear-shaped, green leaves are about 1 in (2.5 cm) long. The lavender flowers fade to white; summer and autumn. Fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Lavender Spray’ - see Hebe ‘Hartii’

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Hebe ‘Lavender Queen’ (syn Hebe ‘Franciscana Lavender Queen’) is an upright-growing, evergreen, bushy shrub, which grows to to about 8.5 ft (2.6 m) or more high. The green leaves are broadly spear-shaped, 1–3 in (2.5–7.5 cm) long. Lavender flowers in summer through to winter. This hebe is fairly tender in the UK.
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Hebe leiophylla is an erect, evergreen bushy shrub, which grows to about 80 in (2 m) or more high. The leaves are spear shaped, mid green, not glossy, 1–1.4 in (2.5–3.5 cm) long. The white flowers are densely packed into slender spikes; summer. A hebe hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Lewisii’ is an erect, evergreen, bushy shrub, which grows to 60 in (1.5 m) or more. The glossy green leaves are broad spear-shaped, up to 2.5 in (6.5 cm) long and 0.75–1 in (2–2.5 cm) wide. Flowers lilac, fading white, summer and autumn. This hebe is fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ligustrifolia is an evergreen bushy shrub, which grows to about 40 in (1 m) high. The thin, spear-shaped leaves are yellow-green, 0.8–2 in (2–5 cm) long. The flowers are very pale lavender, fading to white; summer.
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Hebe ‘Linda’ (syn Hebe ‘Addenda Linda’) is a small evergreen shrub, which grows to about 24–32 in (60–80 cm) high. The broad spear-shaped leaves are glossy green. Spikes of bright pink flowers are borne in summer and early autumn.
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Hebe ‘Lindsayi’ is an easily recognised evergreen shrub, with its upright habit, concave mid-green oval leaves, and dark purple stems. It has stout spikes of pink-lilac flowers in early summer. A hebe fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Lindsayi White’ is an evergreen shrub with an upright habit, and dark purple stems, which grows to about 40 in (1 m) high. It has concave, mid-green, oval leaves, 0.8 in (20 mm) long. Stout spikes of white flowers are seen in early summer. A hebe fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Lisa’ (syn Hebe ‘Addenda Lisa’) is a small evergreen shrub, which grows to a height of about 30 in (75 cm). The broad, spear shaped leaves are light green with glossy green leaves. The many flowers are pink; summer and early autumn.
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Hebe ‘Loganioides’ is a small, hybrid whipcord hebe. The tiny leaves are green, and take on a bronze colour in winter. Relatively large white flowers in early summer. Hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Longacre’ (syn Hebe ‘Longacre Variety’) forms an erect, evergreen shrub, about 30 in (80 cm) high. The oval green leaves are about 1.2 in (3 cm) long, and have a purple edge. The flowers are reddish-purple; flowering in summer. A hebe fairly hardy in the UK.
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Hebe ‘Louise’ forms a compact, upright, evergreen bush, height and spread up to 48 in (120 cm). The dark green, glossy leaves are broad, spear-shaped. The flowers are deep rose-pink, summer and autumn. A hebe that is somewhat tender in the UK.
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Hebe lycopodioides is a whipcord hebe of variable habit, growing from an inch or two high, to about 20 in (50 cm). The yellow-green minute leaves are clasped around the stem, the leaves form a distinct, yellowish, blunt point. White flowers are seen at the tips of the branches, summer. A hebe hardy in the UK.
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Hebe lycopodioides ‘Peter Pan’ is a whipcord hebe that forms a small dome of yellow-green foliage, about 3 in (7.5 cm) high. The minute yellow-green leaves can be divided, in a permanent juvenile form. No flowers seen.
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