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Hebe Sweet Kim

Sweet Kim
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At a Glance

- Hebe Sweet Kim
- Compact growth
- Variegated foliage in Winter
- No maintenance required
- Hardy

Plant Information

Hebe Sweet Kim is a sport of H. albicans discovered at Marchants Nursery in Dorset and first marketed in the UK by Lowaters Nursery in 2002. A compact plant with small glaucous leaves, in winter months the tips have a glaucous stripe in the centre with creamy margins and pink tips and edges, in early Summer some white flower may be seen.

Hebe Sweet Kim really comes into it's own from November till march when little else looks good, the bright variegation really stands out. It requires little or no maintenance and is drought tolerant. Fully hardy in the UK.


Genus: Hebe
Variety: Sweet Kim
Category: Hebe

Height & Spread: 30 x 50cm
Flower Colour: white
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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