Hebe pauciramosa

Hebe pauciramosa photographed at a Hebe Society member’s garden, Cheshire, UK

Hebe pauciramosa forms an upright, evergreen shrub about 16 in (40 cm) high. The green leaves are broadly spear-shaped, 0.2 in (6 mm) long. The white flowers are borne in short spikes, April to June. A hebe hardy in the UK.

This hebe species is found moist situations in mountains throughout the South Island, New Zealand. It is closely allied to Hebe odora. Hebe odora has a shiny upper surface, and a dull lower surface. Hebe pauciramosa has both leaf surfaces equally dull.

Hebes O  Hebes P  Hebes R

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