Hebe ‘Lavender Lace’
Hebe ‘Lavender Lace’ (syn Hebe ‘Boulder Lake’) forms an upright, branched, open evergreen bush growing to 40–60 in (1–1.5 m) high. The narrow, spear-shaped, green leaves are about 1 in (2.5 cm) long. The lavender flowers fade to white; summer and autumn. A hebe fairly hardy in the UK.
This free-flowering hebe cultivar originated in New Zealand, was registered in 1983, and is probably a hybrid of either Hebe divaricata or Hebe rigidula.