Attractive white flowering shrub. Very hardy and suitable for most conditions in full sun.
Hebe stricta, commonly called koromiko, it is endemic to New Zealand. Recently Hebe stricta has been reclassified and the botanical name has changed to Veronica stricta.
A hebe found throughout the North Island with long pale green leaves and tiny white flowers in summer into a dense inflourences longer than the leaves . The koromiko is a hardy plant and does not tolerate shade. Full sun only and prefers open habitats on edge of bush and wetlands as it tolerates wet areas
The young leaves and shoots were eaten to control Diarrhoea and dysentery. It is a pioneer plant useful to plant as a nurse crop for revegetation planting.
Hardy shrub growing 2m high by 1m wide. Tolerates windy coastal conditions.
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