This tiny leaved clumping Hebe has light green leaves and can reach 12″ X 12″. Other sources say it only gets to be 4″ tall, so we will have to see how ours does and report back in a few years. It may produce small white flowers in late spring.
Pronunciation: HEE-bee byoo-kah-NAN-ee-eye
Species Meaning: Named for John Buchanan, 19th century New Zealand botanist
Hebe buchananii is native to New Zealand.
Grow in very well drained soil with moderate to low water. Given its tiny size, it is probably slated for a small dish pot.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21188
Found in Pots,
Will probably get put in a small trough garden at some point.
We acquired this plant from Joy Creek.