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Diosmifolia Wairua Beauty | Shrub | Hebe | Garden Beauty
 

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Hebe diosmifolia Wairua Beauty

diosmifolia Wairua Beauty
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At a Glance

- Hebe diosmifolia Wairua Beauty
- Unusual flower shape
- heliotrope mauve flowers
- bright green glossy leaves
- excellent in a container

Plant Information

Hebe diosmifolia Wairua Beauty is a compact multi-branched shrub which forms a tidy mound of pale lime green leaves which are small and narrow. In June and July (for 4 weeks) a mass of heliotrope mauve flowers are produced in corymbs at the ends of shoots, these are larger than the species. The plant was discovered as a sport of the species in Wairua in New Zealand hence the name.

Hebe diosmifolia Wairua Beauty is superb in a pot placed where the stunning and unusual flowers can be appreciated. May need some Winter protection in colder areas.

 

Genus: Hebe
Variety: diosmifolia Wairua Beauty
Category: Hebe
Reference: hedwb

Height & Spread: 1 x 1m
Flower Colour: purple
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil Type: Most, not too wet
Aspect: Full Sun to light Shade
Season of Interest: all year round

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

 

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