Hebe parviflora Angustifolia (Hebe stenophylla), commonly known as Narrow-Leaved Hebe is an enchanting plant which effortlessly blends elegance with resilience. Grown in a peat free compost, this refined evergreen shrub is fast growing and capable of thriving in full sun to partial shade it stands as a testament to nature’s artistry, adorned with slender, elongated leaves that adding a touch of sophistication to any landscape.
Hebe parviflora Angustifolia (Hebe stenophylla) boasts a remarkable adaptability, thriving in a variety of environments from coastal (but not seaside gardens) to urban landscapes. Its narrow, lance-like leaves, which give rise to its common name, exude a calming presence as they sway in the breeze, creating a serene ambiance that captivates the senses. The leaves remain a greenish yellow all year-round,
Adding to its allure, this Hebe variety surprises with delicate spikes of small, pristine white flowers that emerge during late spring to early summer. These dainty blossoms not only provide a visual spectacle but also attract a medley of pollinators, contributing to the biodiversity of your garden.
Easy maintained at any height up to 2m, the Narrow-Leaved Hebe finds its place as an excellent choice for borders, capable of forming a beautiful, loose wavy hedge to rock gardens, blobary and containers. Its compact nature makes maintenance a breeze, requiring minimal pruning to maintain its tidy appearance. Though it can survive a severe pruning if required.
Whether as a standalone marvel or as part of a harmonious botanical composition, Hebe parviflora Angustifolia (Hebe stenophylla) promises to elevate your outdoor space. With its hardy demeanour, elegant foliage, and delicate blooms, this Hebe variety bridges the gap between beauty and endurance. Its versatility allows it to seamlessly integrate into various landscaping visions, adapting to your desires with grace.
Incorporate the Narrow-Leaved Hebe into your garden and be rewarded with a living masterpiece that adds texture, charm, and a touch of natural splendour to your outdoor sanctuary.
Up to 2m in ideal conditions
- loose hedging
- Beds and borders
- Well drained
- Moist but well drained
- Full sun to partial shade
- Prune after flowering in mid-late summer
- Attract a wide range of pollinators and insects
- Peat free compost
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