Do you prune Hebe plants? If so when is the best time to do it
No pruning is needed although if they get leggy you can prune hard back in April.Nothing to stop you giving it a very light trim to round it up now if you wish but be gentle with it.
Thanks christopher2. My hebes are just about finished flowering now (pink/purple flowers) so think I will do as you suggest as soon as the flowers go.
I have autumnal blue - flowers abundandantly and self-seeds too! I deadhead regularly to keep it looking good, then I cut it back to new growthy near the base after flowering when it is outgrowing its space. Its a bit like lavender - don't cut back into old wood, just down as far as the new shoots.
The seedlings are variable - have two nice ones growing in tubs, short and stocky, and one which became very lanky so has beenj recycled.