Hebe ‘Hagley Park’

Hebe ‘Hagley Park’ photographed at Abbotsbury Gardens, Dorset, UK

Hebe ‘Hagley Park’ is an evergreen shrub with a spreading habit, reaching 16 in (40 cm), and 24 in (60 cm) across. Its branches are upright. The leaves are green, spear-shaped, about 1 in (25 mm) long, with toothed red edges. The shrub has pinkish-lilac sprays of flowers in April to June.

This is a cross between Hebe raoulii and probably Hebe hulkeana. A hebe that is hardy in the UK, but needs a sunny, well-drained, airy position to perform well, as it is susceptible to downy mildew.

Hebes G  Hebes H  Hebes I

previous  next