Hebe ‘Watson’s Pink’

Hebe ‘Watson’s Pink’ photographed at The Quinta Arboretum, Swettenham, Cheshire, UK

Hebe ‘Watson’s Pink’ (syn Hebe ‘Dorothy Peach’) forms a somewhat open, evergreen bush, reaching about 40 in (1 m) high. The dark green leaves are narrowly spear-shaped, about 2 in (5 cm) long. The flowers are pink, fading to white, June and July. A hebe reasonably hardy in the UK.

This hebe cultivar is closely related to Hebe ‘Carnea’, Hebe ‘Cranleighensis’ and Hebe ‘Great Orme’. It is thought to have introduced by Watson’s Nursery, Killiney, Co Dublin, Ireland.

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