Salvia x jamensis
‘Nachtvlinder’

Indescribably gorgeous velvety plum flowers are the calling card of this hardy “Sage”. Flowering from June to first frost, plants produce glowing, hooded 2-lipped flowers much beloved by hummingbirds. A bushy evergreen sub-shrub with aromatic inch-long ovate green leaves, this sun lover hailing from Mexico gets to about 2’ tall and wide. You’ll want to show off this beauty so plant it along a well-traveled walkway or in a well-placed container. Like most Salvias it wants fertile, freely draining soil to be happy. Protect from hard frosts, cold, drying winds and excessive Winter wet. Deer resistant.

Earl,
Curious Plantsman


Sun/Pt.Sun
Low Water

Perennial
USDA zones 8b-10