Also known as:
- Hebe buxifolia
- Hebe buxifolia 'Buxifolia'
- Hebe buxifolia 'Nana'
- Nana Boxleaf Hebe
- Boxwood Hebe
adaptable, well-drained, rich
sun, mostly sun, mostly shade
seaside / salt tolerant, verticillium wilt resistant
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Description by: Thompson's Nursery
Boxwood-like with white flowers.
Description by: Garden World
Small white flowers in spikes forming corymbose heads in summer. Bright green foliage forms in opposite, simple, broadly oblong-obovate, thick, stiff leaves. Semi-evergreen in warmer climates. Medium growth rate.
Description by: Little Prince of Oregon
White to lilac flowers. Green foliage.
Description by: Lael's Moon Garden
Narrow green leaves on compact shrub, evergreen. White flowers. Protect from winds
Description by: Lazy S'S Farm Nursery
ServicesMail Order Nursery
Round, dense bushy shrub with tiny round, dark green leaves. White flowers are tubular and borne on racemes although this is primarily a foliage plant. Excellent small shrub for rock gardens or specimen wherever it's sunny and the soil well-drained. Very heat resistant and can be pruned hard for shape -- it's naturally very symmetrical.
Description by: Greer Gardens Inc.
ServicesGardens and Educators
A compact upright growing shrub to 3 or 4' with bright green leaves and small white flowers. Blooms profusely from June-July in dense terminal clusters and makes an excellent hedge. Likes the coastal regions. Does not do well inland.
Description by: Briggs Plant Propagators
Compact, dense, and upright, with glossy evergreen leaves that have yellowish-green edges. If it weren't for the masses of small white flowers it produces in midspring and the sporadic dividends it yields in summer, you'd swear this was a dwarf boxwood.