very leggy Hebe Pascal
My Hebe Pascal was almost forgotten last year under a great stack of other plants and is now looking very leggy and sad.
I really do need to take the stems back to encourage some fresh growth, as there are virtually no leaves except in the last 10cm of stem.
However, I know I risk losing flowers this year, if I do that now.
Once site recommends a hard prune, but not into the old wood and leaving at least two leaf buds per stem. It also recommends doing this in March.
I was under the impression that hebe liked to be pruned after flowering, or is this only for very light pruning/reshaping, as opposed to more drastic cutting back?
It's currently in a pot, I should also mention.