Low growing shrub of 75cm in height and width. Attractive purplish leaf bud and pink fading to white flowers.
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Hebe 'Mary Antoinette' is a cultivar that was discovered prior to 1986 by Ann Burton at the Annton Nursery of Cambridge, North Island, New Zealand. It may be a seedling from Hebe ‘Carnea’. This variety of Hebe is smaller than others reaching a height of 50cm and width of 75cm. It also has a purple cerise flower buds that turn to white as the flowers open in late spring through to summer.
This hebe is easily grown in most situations and because of its smaller size makes a great contribution as a specimen in smaller gardens.
|SKU||Name||Size||Units in Stock (Approx)||Price|
|HEBMAR||Hebe 'Mary Antoinette' (PB5)||5||0||$9.95|
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