Hebe salicornioides

Also known as:

  • Whipcord Hebe

Plant Type

shrub, groundcover

Zones

7a-9b

Size

H:2'
W:2'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

regular, occasional

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun

Features

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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A rare whipcord Hebe with rush-like apple green stems that are modified to act like leaves. Upright growing with a sweeping habit- it appears more closely related to a desert plant. Good looking year round it is supremely hardy to cold. Rich, well drained soil with occasional summer water. To 2' tall and as wide.

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Rare plant from New Zealand, largely confined to catchment of the Clarence River, growing on slopes and valley floors from 3,600-5,000' in Nelson, Marlborough and N. Canterbury Mountains -- and, indeed, looking very much like pickle weed. A densely branched little "whipcord" -- usually under 15" -- with light green leaves and white flowers in early summer on upright branches and branchlets. A very architectural little plant. The mat-like growth is ideal for ground cover. Sun to part sun, good drainage and normal water.Has been reported frost hardy into upper USDA zone 7. Plantaginaceae

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