Hebe 'Youngii'

shruby veronica (syn. Hebe Carl Teschner )

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2 litre pot £14.99
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Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Hebe 'Youngii' shruby veronica (syn. Hebe Carl Teschner ): Popular plant choice nice low growing hebe

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: poor or moderately fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to slightly alkaline soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June-August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A compact, spreading, evergreen shrub which is smothered in short spikes of large violet flowers all summer, that gradually fade to white. The tiny leaves are dark green and glossy and often have fine red margins. Its spreading habit makes it ideal for rock gardens, or try it planted en-masse along a path or driveway. Like most hebes, it will flourish in a range of conditions, and once established, it is drought-tolerant, too. The flowers are a magnet for bees and butterflies.

  • Garden care: Needs minimal pruning. Remove misplaced or frost damaged branches in late spring.

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Lovely Healthy Plant

5

Very healthy plant received today. Well packaged. Bought for a pot. I'm sure it will do well and look forward to seeing it flower.

Fellgazer

CUMBRIA

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Truly hardy

5

I have lost a number of hebes over the years as our garden is subject to strong south westerly winds. Having planted this is as sheltered a spot as I could find, I have been delighted! Not only has it settled well and flowered prolifically, it has survived both wind, hail and snow. I shall plant more!

L-Plates

Wantage

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Beautiful plant

5

This is so pretty planted in a pot. The colour is really amazing too. Very versatile, and flowered almost immediately. Great value

Yvonne

West Malling

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always high quality

5

for evergreen colour

july

south coast

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Can I separate a hebe "Youngi" (syn. Hebe Carl Teschner) To encourage spread of ground cover? If so, when?

hopeful

Hello, I'm afraid this is a shrub, so should not be divided. If you want to increase your stock however, you can take semi-ripe cuttings (using a propagator with bottom heat) in late summer and autumn.

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