(Salvia farinacea ‘Victoria Blue’ )
A dense, many branched, low growing perennial plant with many upright spikes of pure blue flowers.
POSITION & USES
Plant in a sunny position in normal garden soil to which fertiliser has been added. Salvia farinacea is best used in large groups for mass effect. It also makes a great show in pots with other perennials.
Cut approximately 10cm from the ground after flowering. A second flowering may result. Cut again at the beginning of winter.
Regular applications of Seasol and Power Feed will keep it looking its best.
|SPECIAL QUALITIES||A free flowering plant that makes a great show when planted in masses.|
|FLOWERS||Each plant produces many upright spikes of pure blue flowers throughout the warmer months.|
|PLANTS NEEDED PER SQUARE METRE||10-12|
|HABIT||A dense, many branched, low growing perennial plant.|
|POSITION & USES|