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I have a lovely shrub in my garden. It has always been called the icing sugar plant, as the flower heads are composed of many little flowers on the one head ( a bit like hydrangea, but more fragile looking.) Are you able to identify this with the correct name?

Thank you
Pearl Pavitt

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Hi Pearl

The icing sugar plant is often referred to as a Hebe. The flowers come to a conical shape with Hebe not a round shape like the Hydrangea.

Happy gardening

Maria

Palmers garden consultant

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