About Hebe Coed ( Coed Hebe)
This evergreen shrub, known as Hebe Coed, is most notable for its unique spiral flowers. Its globe-shaped form features spires of purple flowers that emerge for a long blooming season lasting from summer through fall. Glossy, oval green leaves complement their maroon stems growing an average landscape size of 2-3′ wide by 2-3′ tall. Commonly known as Coed Hebe, this variety has a hardiness of 15 degrees Fahrenheit
Plant this shrub in well-draining or sandy soil in an area that receives full to partial sun to ensure a robust blooming season. Water regularly to establish a healthy root system then reduce frequency, except during periods of extreme heat. To keep its appearance fresh, you can trim back spent blooms with a light pruning mid-spring to encourage new growth and a healthy blooming season.
Landscape design ideas
This variety is a low maintenance, slow-growing shrub that can be planted as a low border or privacy hedge. Consider using this specimen to frame a flower bed or planted in multiples. Its compact shape looks great when planted in containers.
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