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Hebe Lady Ardilaun

Lady Ardilaun
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At a Glance

- Hebe Lady Ardilaun
- Long season of interest
- Deep purple Winter foliage
- Deep violet flowers all Summer long
- Dense habit

Plant Information

Hebe Lady Ardilaun is an old variety named after Lady Amy Ardilaun and often sold as H. Amy. An upright growing plant with highly glossy deep green leaves which turn deep reddish-purple in the Winter, from July until the first frosts racemes of rich violet flowers are produced.

Hebe Lady Ardilaun has rich winter foliage making this a perfect variety to use in a large mixed planter for a winter display or as a focal point in a winter garden. May need some Winter protection in colder areas.


Genus: Hebe
Variety: Lady Ardilaun
Category: Hebe

Height & Spread: 1 x 1m
Flower Colour: purple
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil Type: Most, not too wet
Aspect: Full Sun to light Shade
Season of Interest: all year round

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

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