Salvias are a diverse bunch of plants ranging from almost small shrubs to those that die down each winter to return every spring. As a groups of plants they generally flower from late spring and over the summer months. In the garden they prefer a sunny disposition and well drained soils that have been well fed. On a scale they are mostly pretty easy to grow and perform well.
Salvia So Cool ‘Glare’ is an aromatic, evergreen shrub which is easy to grow and very tolerant of dry conditions. Produces massed displays of bright white flowers throughout the warmer months. Ideal for gardens with limited watering, coastal gardens or for large planters due to its tolerance of dry conditions. Ideal for attracting birds to the garden. Perennial
Colour: White Habit: Clump forming Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 30cm x 100cm
A lovely perennial Salvia with pale blue tubular flowers that will dance and delight in the garden from spring through to summer. Combines well with most other colours and is easy to grow in a sunny well drained spot. Protect from harsh frost and cut back by about 1/2 after flowering. Perennial
Colour: Pale Blue Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: cm x cm
Salvia So Cool Violet has intense violet-mauve flowers and complementing green foliage. Has a compact and dense, clump forming habit. Dry tolerant once established. Great for garden beds and containers. Prune after flowering to encourage aster re-bloom and a compact habit.
Colour: Violet Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 70cm x 100cm