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'Wild Romance' Hebe
Wild Romance hebe - 2014 introduction from Proven Winners
wild romance hebe. average to low water. full sun. deer resistant, low maintenance. variegated foliage with summer flowers
Variegated foliage, summer flowers (purple), evergreen
Wild Romance Hebe (Hebe ‘Wild Romance’) With bright green variegated foliage that turns to rich shades of burgundy in late summer, this is a colorful addition to any sunny, well-drained spot in the garden. Purple summer flowers are a bonus
foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good air circulation.
what are the 2 larger domes, is this a hebe clipped thank you
white summer flowers perfectly. Hebe rakaiensis. Creates a very tight light green dome. As with the others, this hebe has white flowers through June and July. Suitable for zones 9-10.
perfectly. Hebe rakaiensis. Creates a very tight light green dome. As with the others, this hebe has white flowers through June and July. Hebe ‘Baby Marie’. One of the smallest of the dome-forming hebes, ‘Baby Marie’ is compact and low growing, with pale green foliage.
silver-green foliage that sets off its white summer flowers perfectly. Hebe rakaiensis. Creates a very tight light green dome. As with the others, this hebe has white flowers through June and July. Hebe ‘Baby Marie’. One of the smallest of the dome-forming hebes, ‘Baby Marie’ is compact and low growing, with
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A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
foliage is a Coleus. Behind the coleus is a Hebe 'Patty's Purple' (Purple flowers, perennial shrub) . Beside the Hebe is Fuschia gartenmeister (Coral colour flowers). The green trailing foliage is a green ipomea. The few bits of silver foliage is Helichrysum. The Hebe likes a bit more sun than the other plants
need to be well watered when in sunny conditions. Hebe's are fine with sun all day long but they probably won't make it over your winters. I would treat them as an annual. I hope this helps!
Hi irobo8. The plants are: Left side (orange/peach flowers) it's a trailing begonia. The grass like foliage
side (orange/peach flowers) it's a trailing begonia. The grass like foliage behind is Liriope (Variegated). The burgandy foliage is a Coleus. Behind the coleus is a Hebe 'Patty's Purple' (Purple flowers, perennial shrub) . Beside the Hebe is Fuschia gartenmeister (Coral colour flowers). The green trailing
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variety for a step over hedge summer flowers are a soft lavender that fade to white in fall
Hebe [Hebe x andersonii] - Vigorous grower.Lavender Flowers.Full Sun/Partial Shade.6-8' Tall
Hebe (Hebe x andersonii) Hebes, primarily from New Zealand originally
Hebe x andersonii is a vigorous grower, but with careful pruning it makes a low hedge that provides a summer of soft lavender-blue flowers
Hebe x andersonii is a vigorous grower
hebe for a low hedge on west side of patio? blue summer flowers fading to white in the fall
Hebe x andersonii 'Variegata' Height: 36" to 5' Spread: 36" to 5' Growth rate:
lavender-blue flowers fading to white in fall. USDA zones: 9 to 10 Water requirement: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 6 to 8 feet tall Planting tips: Grows best in moist but well-drained soil.
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
It's a Hebe variegata. It has purple blooms 2 times in the season, loves the sun! here's a link for more info ... I hope this helps!
Hebe variegata in R bottom foreground
Beautiful combinations. Hebe variegata in front planter.
love the flower bowls
Hebe veriegata plant
Flower pots...round flower pots
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Avila Valley Estate
I cut them back the woody areas were larger than the flowering areas - what did I do wrong?
I went to buy the rudbeckia from local nursery but it looks totally different from these red flowers. Could you please let me know the latin name for these
good orange/red flowering perennial for heat
The color of the flowers. I like a bushy garden not too sleek.
long blooming blanket flower , flowers early summer to frosty winter.
Perrennial flower early summer until fall
Common name Blanket flower, Gaillardia x grandiflora
low water usage, atttractive flowers in great light
Common name: Blanket flower Botanical name: Gaillardia x grandiflora
is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
Long-Blooming Blanket FlowerIf you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer and lasts until the frosty weather. During that time flowers in mixes of yellow, orange, red
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what are the purple flowers? Heather? Or Lavendar maybe?
The purple flowers are Hebe x franciscana. This Hebe, native to New Zealand, is an attractive and versatile shrub that tolerates a variety of soils just as long as they are not to wet.
Purple flowers are Hebe x Franciscana, native to New Zealand
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What are the white flowers on the ground called?
HI -- The purple flowers look like "Salvia"
like the white flowered border around the bricks
white flowering ground cover eases the transition to stone wall
Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'. There is also a deep pink variety of Veronica spicata 'Red Fox'. They are quite easy to grow in sun or part sun. The flower spikes last around 4 weeks and if you deadhead right after flowering you might get a few more flower spikes come up
that is well drained.Shown: Dark blue spike speedwell (Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall sedum and annual geranium (pink flowers)