This is a dense evergreen shrub also known as a Whipcord Hebe. It has elongated, variegated leaves that are scale-like and can be green or yellow. 

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In summer, it gives rise to panicles of lovely white flowers that attract butterflies. The blooms are followed by little edible fruits, more like berries.  This interesting shrub can serve as an awesome ground cover in sunny parts of your garden. It is interesting in the sense that it grows erect in the early stages and then arches in due course.
How do I Grow and Care for Hebe James Stirling?
Hebe James Stirling is best grown in winter and spring. It is drought tolerant and quite easy to maintain. With proper care, this shrub will grow excellently and remain very healthy. It will certainly make your garden a place worth spending time in. 
How much water does Hebe James Stirling need?
To ensure proper growth, you must water every week. More frequent watering is needed during hot periods.
Does whipcord hebe require fertiliser?
It does not need much fertilizer, but you may apply some general fertilizer to it in early spring or late winter. This is when new growth starts to occur so fertilizing ensures that this new plant has the vital nutrients it will need to thrive. 
How much pruning does whiplash hebe require?
This hardy shrub needs very little pruning. You should remove damaged branches and dead flowers to keep them in shape and prolong their flowering phase.
Where Should I Position Hebe James Stirling in my Garden?
Hebe James Stirling can have a south, west, north or east facing position. It can be placed in full sun or partial shade in a sheltered or exposed area.
What is the Height and Spread of Hebe James Stirling?
Hebe James Stirling is a very slow-growing shrub. It grows to 1.6 feet in five to ten years. By the time full maturity is attained, its spread is usually between 0.3 and 1.6 feet.
What Kind of Soil Does Hebe James Stirling Need?
Hebe James Stirling should be planted in moist, well-drained soil, not necessarily rich in microorganisms. As long as the soil is neutral or alkaline, clay, loamy, chalky or sandy can be used. 

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