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Lady Anne Hebe Plants

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The details

  • Evergreen, variegated purple-pink new foliage 
  • Low maintenance ornamental
  • Pink flowers Jun-Oct.
  • Grows well in pots, window boxes
  • Good for coastal areas.
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • To 1.8m x 1.8m
  • Pot Grown: Year Round Delivery
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Description

Hebe 'Lady Ann' Plants. 2 Litre Pots

 ‘Lady Ann’ hebe is a charming variegated evergreen shrub. The foliage is olive green with cream edges; new shoots rich purple. In summer, there are deep-pink flower spikes. 

A low-maintenance, rounded ornamental shrub whose flowers are a real draw for bees and butterflies. Hebe ‘Lady Ann’ brings year-round structure to beds and borders, in any size of garden or in a pot. A hard-working plant, with colourful new shoots, evergreen foliage and summer flowers.

Hebes are a good choice if you want to attract pollinators and butterflies to your garden. Their flowers are on a par with buddleias here.

Hebes are only delivered pot-grown, year round.

Browse our other hebe varieties, or our full range of ornamental shrubs.

Features:

  • Evergreen, variegated purple-pink new foliage 
  • Low maintenance ornamental
  • Pink flowers Jun-Oct.
  • Grows well in pots, window boxes
  • Good for coastal areas.
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • To 1.8m x 1.8m
  • Pot Grown: Year Round Delivery

Growing Lady Ann Hebes

Suitable for any well-drained soil, they tolerate partial shade well. They are hardy across most of the UK, but in cold areas of the North and Scotland, they are best grown in pots that can be moved into shelter from dry winter winds. In other areas outside the South West, covering them during an extended period of frost or snow is recommended to prevent cosmetic damage, but not essential.

Hebes prefer poor soil, so do not add any of our rich composts to the soil before planting: sand would be better in most normal topsoils. In heavy clay soil, churn the ground over to add a bit of gravel & grit (not sand) to give their roots breathing space, likewise add grit to a planting mix for Hebes in pots.

They don't like being hard pruned, so give them a light trim in spring to keep them tight and bushy. If you need to tidy a stray stem, prune it back as little as possible, to a good-looking bud.

In Your Garden Design

Bring out the purple of the new shoots of Hebe ‘Lady Ann’ with a pink and wine-coloured planting scheme, either in a mixed herbaceous border or a gravel garden. Combine it with the likes of Allium cristophii, Osteospermum jucundum and Sedum ‘Rose Carpet’ for a pretty, harmonious design. An underplanting of pink, purple and maroon tulips would be gorgeous too.