Posted: 13/07/2017 at 08:09
Thank you for your message in which you said "I know its a hebe because I still have the tag, I only had the plant for a few months. I don't know much about plant, without the tag, I wouldn't have had a slightest clue of what this plant is. So, if it is a hebe should I still repot?"
It is a plant best suited to growing outside in the garden - it will not be happy in the house ... it is often used in rock gardens ... I would repot it into a bigger pot ... at least twice the diameter of the one that it's in ... using a loamy compost with lots of grit to make it drain freely.
Then put it into a sheltered spot outside. Only water when the compost an inch below the surface is dry ... to check this stick your finger into the compost up to the first joint ... it's a good way to test. Stop when the water runs out of the bottom of the pot and then let the water drain out ... don't water again until it's dry with the Finger Test.
I hope that will help your plant recover.