Hebe Charming White
ive got a hebe charming white that I really like. It's obviously very happy in its spot.
Im looking for a dome shaped plant to repeat around the garden, and having been so taken with the hebe I'm thinking of trying it. Trouble is that having it around the garden means coping with different conditions - from dry sun to damper partial shade. Does anyone know how tolerant the hebe might be?
I thought i could have a go at cuttings to get the plants. At least less costly then if they don't do well! It'll be my first cuttings. Does anyone have any tips for cuttings from hebes?
finally I thought my soil was acid due to having happy rhodendrons and pieris. However the achillea and hebe are doing well (which I've since found out prefer alkali side of the spectrum) and my hydrangea zorro bought last year in blue is looking decidedly purple. I guess I'm somewhere around neutral...? (Yeah, I know, get a tester - I'll get round to it one day....)