Hebe traversii Scrophulariaceae
Transversii Hebe HEE-bee trah-VERS-ei
- Evergreen shrub, to 6 ft (2 m) tall, laxly branched. Leaves 4 ranked, yellow-green, oblong, entire, about 2.5 by 0.7 cm. Flowers white, in terminal clusters to 2.5 cm.
- Sun or part shade. Must have good drainage.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 7 Most Hebe species are native to New Zealand, some are from Australia, Chile and isolated sites in the South Pacific. This species is native to the South Island of New Zealand.
- Oregon State Univ. campus: east of south entrance to Bloss.