Hebe 'Silver Queen'

shruby veronica (syn. Hebe × franciscana Variegata )

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2 litre pot £14.99
available to order from late autumn
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Buy Hebe 'Silver Queen' shruby veronica (syn. Hebe × franciscana Variegata ): A fabulous all-rounder

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist, well drained and fertile
  • Flowering period: July - September
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (may need winter protection)

    This bushy evergreen shrub works really well in both pots and mixed borders. It forms a soft dome shape and has rich green leaves, which have a broad creamy yellow margin. This beautiful colouring looks wonderful beside most shades of purple as well as adding a softness to solid greens. The pinkish purple flowers are pretty too. They appear in midsummer in short spikes and continue with their show well into autumn.

  • Garden care: Needs minimal pruning. Remove misplaced or frost damaged branches in late spring. Protect from severe winter weather.

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Eventual height & spread

A healthy plant and doing well in a semi-shaded bed.

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SE L ondon

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Lovely hebe

5

Healthy and attractive plant. Has doubled in size this year.

Kenzo

Shropshire

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Good plant

5

Good plant. For success and satisfaction with online plant purchase check the size of the plant supplied.

Avidreader

Cambridge

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Lovely evergreen bush and grows relatively fast

5

I love it as it's hardy and the green is very light so it adds some light colour to the borders especially in winter. It also has lovely flowers. It has grown a bit too fast for me so I prune it regularly.

Caro

London

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