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Hebe Shrub

Hebe

Call on hebe (pronounced HEE-bee) for easy-care color in late summer and fall. This evergreen shrub produces bold flower spikes in white, purple, and pink beginning in summer and extending for weeks in fall. Plant hebe alongside spring-flowering shrubs or evergreen plants for a welcome burst of color.

Hebes grow best in full sun or part sun and well-drained soil. They require about an inch of water a week in summer to maintain healthy, robust foliage and produce large, color-drenched blooms. Most plants maintain a pretty form with limited pruning, but they tolerate a moderate annual pruning.

 

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Part Sun, Sun

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Height:

1 to 3 feet

Width:

To 4 feet wide

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Zones:

7-11

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more varieties for hebe

'Grace Kelly' hebe
'Grace Kelly' hebe
Hebe 'Grace Kelly' is crowned with royal purple flowers in summer and fall. The flowers are a lovely complement to the variegated green-and-white leaves. Plants grow 2-3 feet tall and wide. Zones 8-10
'Wiri Blush' hebe
'Wiri Blush' hebe
Hebe 'Wiri Blush' sparkles with deep rose-pink flower spikes against shiny, dark green leaves with red edges. 'Wiri Blush' forms an excellent compact hedge. It grows 4 feet tall and wide. Zones 7-11
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