By late Summer, the Hebe pinguifolia ‰ۡÌÝÌáSutherlandii,‰ۡó» is sprayed with delicate white flowers that are laid on long flower spikes, that look somewhat attractive against the purple stems and grey-green foliage. Its flowers are around for a while, as they sit profusely from late Summer, through to Autumn and sometimes even into early Winter.
The Hebe ‰ۡÌÝÌáSutherlandii‰ۡó» is described as a dwarf variety of the Hebe family, as it only grows to 45cm in height, maximum. This makes it ideal for smaller outdoor spaces, or as a low informal hedge. It is also surprisingly pollution tolerant, which makes it perfect for urban gardens too (especially when you have very little space).