Common Name: blue mist hebe
Origin/Ecology: Native to New Zealand
Habit: Low, upright spreading shrub.
Leaves: Lanceolate, dull green rubbery leaves, 4-ranked.
Leaf Arrangement: alternate
Flowers and Fruit: Flowers sub-terminal, purple-blue in loose cylindrical racemes.
Bark: Lax, mostly sparsely branched dark brown stems.
Water Use, Soil: Well-drained soil
Exposure: Part sun.
Landscape Uses: Alpine, mixed shrub border, rock garden, summer interest.
Limitations: Aphids or adelgids, root rot.