Common Name: rock hebe
Habit: Upright spreading shrub to about 1 m.
Leaves: Deep, lustrous green, rubbery lanceolate leaves (conspicuously 4-ranked).
Leaf Arrangement: opposite
Flowers and Fruit: Flowers white but seldom produced.
Bark: Mostly sparsely branched yellowish stems (turning brown with age).
Water Use, Soil: Well-drained.
Exposure: Sun to semi-shade.
Landscape Uses: Rock garden, alpine setting, ground cover.