Latin Name: Parahebe perfoliata
Synonyms: Veronica perfoliata
Common Name: 'Digger's speedwell'
A floppy, evergreen, sub-shrub with elegant sprays of mauve-blue flowers. The leathery, glaucous, blue-green leaves that surround the stem are reminiscent of Eucalyptus. Jul-Sep. H60cm S45cm.Care Instructions/Tips:
It requires a sheltered spot in full sun and well-drained, preferably poor soil. Looks good flopping over a low wall or down a bank.
Shrubs, Good for seaside, Good for sun, Good for well-drained soil, Blue flowers, Good for summer, 30cm to 60cm
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