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Hebe breviracemosa - some hardiness observations



Hebe breviracemosa - some hardiness observations



Annual Journal, Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture ( 16): 42



This ornamental species originates from the Kermadec Islands of New Zealand and for 40 years was thought to be extinct. Recently a single plant was rediscovered and material derived from it has now been introduced into cultivation. Two plants were planted in 1980 (in Jan. and early June) in an exposed position at Christchurch Botanic Garden. They tolerated ground frosts of approximately -5.5 degrees C with no visible damage, but below this temperature leaf damage and bark splitting occurred.

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