Common Name: Sutherland hebe
Origin/Ecology: Native to New Zealand
Habit: Decumbent stems (reclining, but ascending at the tips).
Leaves: Stems clothed in small, elliptic, grey-green slightly cupped leaves that splay out at near right angles from the stem (a squarrose leaf posture).
Leaf Arrangement: opposite
Flowers and Fruit: Flowers white, in short, sub-terminal racemes.
Water Use, Soil: Not drought tolerant.
Exposure: Full sun.
Landscape Uses: Attracting bees, butterflies, birds, alpines and rock gardens, coastal.