A low spreading shrub growing 1m high. Leaves have distinct yellow-green appearance, it produces white flower spikes.
Hebe adamsii is a rare plant from North Cape endemic to New Zealand with a restricted range Unuwhao Bush on Te Paki. Te Paki is located at the northernmost area of New Zealand on the small, narrow Aupouri Peninsula.
Hebe adamsii is a lithophyte (a type of plant that grows in or on rocks) confined to sparsely vegetated, exposed cliff, bluff and rock outcrops within lowland/coastal forest. It is often found growing in and around clumps of Astelia banksii.
It is a low spreading shrub up to 1 m tall with large mauve flowers and is now sold by specialised nurseries.
|SKU||Name||Size||Units in Stock (Approx)||Price|
|HEBADA||Hebe adamsii (PB5)||5||0||$9.95|
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