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.

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.

Hardiness = H5     UK Availability = 2

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