Salvia atrocyanea

Who can ever have enoughROYAL-BLUE bloomsin their garden? Especiallygorgeous fragrant clustersof them that are hummingbird, butterfly and bee magnets andbloom from Fall thru Spring!This unusualevergreentuberous Salvia from Bolivia sports 2-3’ long, upright branches capped with densely packed 6-12” inflorescences covered in huge striking bright green calyxes from which emerge 1.5” stunning true-blue blooms. Growing to 5’ high and 3’ wide, it is also happy to be pruned to a smaller size. Deer resistant and a wonderful back of the border presence or container specimen. Requires rich, well-drained soil and average water.Prefers half-day Sun.Deadheading will be rewarded.

Marti B.
Gardener at Large

Pt.Sun/Pt.Shade
Average Water

Perennial Shrub
USDA zones 9-11