Site Content

Additional Information

Now for something quite different. This tall, elegant, startlingly blue salvia prefers a damp soil but fortunately, can also put up with our dry, stony, sandstone soil.  Its a favourite of mine ,as it takes on the strong south westerly winds by dancing to their tune and then when the winds have passed, it settles down and just sits demurely amongst the shrub roses and grasses.  Reasonably hardy to  -10 C with a strong root run, it dies down each winter and provides perennial new growth each spring  A real sapphire blue and a gem of a plant