Hebe purple pixie, also known as Hebe Mohawk is a small, rounded evergreen shrub commonly found in temperate regions. It has beautiful dense foliage that is sometimes variegated, with their underside ranging from bronze to green. 

Hebe Purple Pixie

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This superb shrub starts blooming in late spring and continues till the first snowfall in winter. During this time, it yields clusters of bright purple flowers
How to Grow and Care for Hebe Purple Pixie?
It is best to plant Hebe purple pixie in autumn or spring. You can get them as a small root ball from a nursery or plant centre and plant them in larger gardens than smaller ones. 

Simply dig a hole in suitable soil and place the root ball in it. Water the plant base thoroughly to finish up the planting process. You don’t need to do much to keep hebe purple pixie in good shape once it has been established. 
What are the water requirements for hebe purple pixie?
It does not need much water except during dry seasons. 
Does hebe purple pixie require fertiliser?
Adding Fertilizer is not a major requirement so you may apply a potassium-rich fertilizer to its base in spring and summer. 
How do I prune my hebe purple pixie?
Pruning is not much of a necessity but if you must, simply take out spent flowers to encourage more bloom and you may also cut out damaged branches to give your tree a better look overall.
Where Should I Position Hebe Purple Pixie in my Garden?
Hebe purple pixie can be placed in an exposed or sheltered location. It is quite tolerant of partial shade, but it thrives better in full sun. It will need to be protected in winter though. It is best to position it facing east, west or south.
What is the Height and Spread of Hebe Purple Pixie?
Hebe purple pixie reaches grows at a slow pace, reaching a maximum height of 3 feet and an equal spread in 5 to 10 years.
What Kind of Soil Does Hebe Purple Pixie Need?
Hebe purple pixie thrives in most soil types including light or slightly heavy clay soils, but it must be moist and free draining with a soil pH that is neutral or alkaline. Growing it in acidic soil will result in poor root growth due to decreased availability of nutrients.

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