Hebe ‘McEwanii’ (syn Hebe ‘MacEwanii’) forms a bushy, erect evergreen shrub that reaches 2 ft (60 cm). The leaves are small, grey-green and narrow, about 0.6 in (16 mm) long. The flowers are pale lilac-blue, produced in June–July. A hebe hardy in the UK.
This is probably a hybrid originating in New Zealand. Graham Hutchins, County Park Nursery, suggests that the parents are Hebe rigidula and Hebe pimeleoides. It is also incorrrectly called Hebe ‘MacEwanii’.