Densely tidy and boasting flowers of the most intense royal blue, this unusual Salvia has the noble distinction of not smelling! Lush evergreen ivy-like leaves also lack the usual stickyness of most Salvias. Forms a dense low-growing mound up to 4’ high and spreading as far as you let it over time via runners. Vivid flower spikes stand 1-2’ above the foliage and bloom from Summer until first frost providing food for hungry hummers. Would make a lovely groundcover for a damp area in dappled shade. While it can take full Sun near the coast, it prefers some shade in warmer areas. Fills out a container beautifully. Well-draining soil is recommended. Prune in Spring when new growth appears for a bushier form.