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Hebe

Hebe

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These attractive evergreen shrubs make great gifts for the garden and will flower on and on from late summer into the autumn.
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Sorry we don't have any of these Hebe's available at the moment although we do have lots of other lovely flowering garden plants available on our website here.
30cm high in a 2L pot
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Mike Bromige, Sep 22
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This is a purple evergreen variety that will do best outdoors either in a pot on a patio or in a sheltered spot in the ground.

Hebes are easy going plants and will do well in most soils and anything from full sun to partial shade. This variety is fairly hardy but in northern areas of the UK or particularly cold winters it is a good idea to wrap the pot and branches with a horticultural fleece or other insulation to help it through the worst of the weather.

When in a small pot, young hebes will need watering regularly during dry spells. They will benefit from occasional feeding either with a top dressing or mulch in the ground or a general purpose liquid feed if keeping in a pot.

Hebes have a long flowering season and will normally start in July and carry right through to the first frosts. They will benefit from a light prune in the spring, just to keep them bushy and to remove and frost damaged leaves and branches.

If your hebe still isn't flowering by Mid August and is starting to look a little "leggy" it may need a sunny spot, try to choose somewhere it gets sunshine at least some of the day. Crisp or brown leaves - are the result of underwatering, give your plant a good soak and it will start to recover.