Hebe pinguifolia Sutherlandii , is an attractive evergreen shrub ideal for using as informal hedging. It has thick, grey-green foliage and purple stems, which contrast beautifully with spikes of white flowers from late spring to early summer. Like many hebes, its blooms are attractive to bees.
This is a dwarf variety of hebe , forming low, carpeting mounds of small, grey-green leaves, setting off the white flowers with blue anthers. It’s perfect for growing in groups as ground cover, in a sunny or partially shaded spot.
For best results grow Hebe pinguifolia ‘Sutherlandii’ in moist but well-drained, neutral to alkaline soil. There’s usually no need to prune, but remove damaged or crossed branches in spring.