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Salvia

A mix of hardy herbaceous and borderline hardy sub-shrubby ones. We just grow the ones we like and grow well for us!

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Salvia 'Trellisick'

Salvia 'Trellisick'£4.00

Glowing creamy yellow flowers on dense bushy plants to 50cm. May to the first frosts. Hardy in a sheltered position in full sun and drained soil.


Salvia chamelaeagnea

Salvia chamelaeagnea£3.50

A bushy upright subshrub. Evergreen in a sheltered site, with spikes of blue-purple and white flowers in summer to 60cm. New to us so not sure on hardiness but it survived -16 with minimal protection!


Salvia guaranitica 'Argentine Skies'£5.00

Rarely seen pale blue flowered form of this tropical looking hardy species. Upright growth with deep green foliage and generous spikes of flowers from mid-summer. Good soil with a deep mulch, sun. 1.2m.


Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'£3.50

Neat upright bushy plants with deep blue flowers on dark, blackish stems. Hardy perennial for drained soil in full sun. 40cm.


Salvia uliginosa

Salvia uliginosa£4.50

Wands of mint-like growth are topped with bright blue flowers in autumn. Hardy if planted deeply and mulched in most areas. Moist soil in sun. 1.5m.

 

Salvia verticillata 'Hannay's Purple'

Salvia verticillata 'Hannay's Purple'£3.00

A very pretty form with denim blue flowers in big purple bracted spikes giving a good show long after each flower has fallen. Makes a fairly big clump in time to 30cm high. Ordinary soil in sun.


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