Category Archives: Salvia

Striking Salvias

I had to move a daylily to make room for two salvias I impulse-purchased this spring. ‘Lyrical Blues’ has electric, violet-blue flowers: The plants are sturdy with an upright habit. They grow 22-24″ tall and prefer full sun. My plant … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal: Salvia ‘May Night’

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Flower Ideas: Show Me…Something Purple

‘Evening Enchantment’ is a daylily that grows 26 inches tall with 5-inch wine-purple flowers that sport a yellow-green throat. ‘Evening Enchantment’ looks lovely planted with yellow flowers: Petunia ‘Merlin Blue Morn’ is an annual that won the All-America Selections Award … Continue reading

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Garden Winner: Salvia ‘May Night’

When I think of richly-colored perennials, Salvia ‘May Night’ immediately comes to mind. This 1997 Perennial Plant of the Year is very easy to grow and stays in a nice, well-behaved mound. The plant reaches 18-24 inches tall and will … Continue reading

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