Salvia Blue Hill

Salvia (Meadow Sage) SAL-vee-uh

Blue Hill:  A great color introduction in Salvia, truest blue and as tough and as profuse a bloomer as the others. Can be cut back to rebloom early in the fall. Easy to grow, salvia perform best in full sun. Combines well with Sedum and Echinacea. Pollinators love Salvia!

Full Sun

Height: 16-20”/Spread: 12-18”         

Summer

Size Available: 1 Gallon

Description

Salvia (Meadow Sage) SAL-vee-uh

Salvias are a large genus with over 900 species of annuals, perennials and shrubs. Upright stems have spikes of tiny flowers that are tubular with two lips, the lower one usually spreading.  Salvias prefer full sun and well-drained soil.  These are tough plants that perform well in bright locations.  Drought tolerant once established. In almost constant bloom, salvia will add tons of color to your summer border or containers. Salvia is prized for its rich blue, red or white flowers that form on stately stalks that are easy to cut for fresh bouquets. Butterflies and hummingbirds also enjoy salvia’s nectar-rich blooms.