2003 News Article

Meet The Hebe Ochracea!Hebe Ochracea - aka

Over the span of many years more than one hundred people with the name "James Stirling" have been identified.  This wonderful plant is known as the Hebe Ochracea, or 'James Stirling'  At this point we don't know how the plant got it's nickname.

More information:
"The new trend for in the border or in a tub on the terrace.  These compact plants do not lose their leaves. They like a place in the sun or partly in the shade. Do not allow them to dehydrate, especially in a pot on the tarrace. Fertilize occasionally. Prune to retain shape.  Will produce small white flowers in May-June. Hardy perennial. Height 15-20."

Do you have other "Stirling" Plants????