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  • Hebe 'Western Hills' 1 Gallon
  • Hebe 'Western Hills' 1 Gallon

Hebe 'Western Hills' 1 Gallon

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Silvery blue foliage lasts year-round, adding interest to the fall and winter garden. White flowers in the spring and summer attract bees and hummingbirds.

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Hebes are an integral part of Pacific NW gardens, with a vast array of colors, textures, and structures. 'Western Hills' hebe falls into the silvery blue range with small narrow leaves lining dark stems. Hardy down to 0 degrees, this upright evergreen shrub can handle Portland's low temps while also thriving in coastal gardens. 'Western Hills' needs regular watering until established, at which point it is fairly drought-tolerant and works well in xeriscapes and rock gardens. White flowers emerge in late spring through the summer, topping stems that grow three feet tall and wide at maturity. Hebes prefer well-draining soil, and thus may be happier in container planters or hanging baskets if the garden soil is heavy clay. That said, this variety can be used as a low-growing hedge, but dense soil should be well amended before planting. 

Common Name Hebe 'Western Hills'
Mature Size 3 feet tall and wide
Growth Rate Moderate to fast
Cold Hardiness 0 ° F
Characteristics Evergreen, drought tolerant once established, attracts bees and hummingbirds
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Upright shrub
Bloom Color White
Bloom Time Spring into summer
Uses Rock gardens, xeriscapes, woodland gardens, coastal gardens, container planters, borders, mass planting, hanging baskets, low hedge
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