Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’

Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’ photographed at The Quinta Arboretum, Swettenham, Cheshire, UK

Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’ was raised in Northern Ireland in the early 20th Century. It forms an open, evergreen bush, reaching about 2 ft (65 cm) high, and more across. The leaves are rounded, with a red margin, and are 1 in (25 mm) long. The branchlets are reddish-brown. The flowers are a rich violet, and appear in summer and remain until the autumn. It is fairly hardy in the UK.

This hebe was found before 1912 as a seedling at Tobarcorran, Northern Ireland. The parents are said to be Hebe pimeleoides and Hebe ‘Franciscana’.

Hardiness = H5     UK Availability = 3

NZ Plants W  Hebes A  Hebes B

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