Hebe hectorii

Hebe hectorii photographed at Borland Saddle, Fiordland National Park, South Island, New Zealand

Hebe hectorii (syn Hebe hectori) is a decumbent or erect whipcord, up to 30 in (75 cm) tall. The leaves are yellow-green and clasp the stems. The white flowers crowd the tips of the stems, although this hebe rarely flowers in cultivation. Hardy in the UK.

A hebe that is found in wet subalpine scrub and tussock in the mountains in the south of South Island, New Zealand.

Hardiness = H5     UK Availability = 1

Hebes G  Hebes H  Hebes I

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