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Hebe pimeleoides Quicksilver

pimeleoides Quicksilver
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At a Glance

- Hebe Quicksilver
- Unusual silver foliage
- Contrasting black stems
- Small purple flowers in Summer
- Compact grower
- Hardy

Plant Information

Hebe Quicksilver was raised by Graham Hutchins at County Park Nursery in Essex in the 1960’s. This variety is a seedling which is an improvement on the species having much brighter silver foliage. A spreading shrub with an open habit and dark brown / black stems which contrast well with the small silver-blue leaves which are 5mm in length. In July and August spikes of purple flowers are produced.

Hebe Quicksilver is an unusual variety which always attracts comment. The soft silver foliage can be used to great effect to contrast with other plants in the front of a border. Hardy

 

Genus: Hebe
Variety: pimeleoides Quicksilver
Category: Hebe

Height & Spread: 50 x 75cm
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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