Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Deservedly popular for its willowy spikes of large deep papal-purple flowers on almost black stems and soft green foliage, it is much beloved by bees and designers alike.
'Eveline' produces lots of very elegant spikes of pale pink flowers with a lavender lower lip, above fuzzy, grey green, sage-scented foliage. Flowering through June and July, 'Eveline' is valued....
Masses of large, white flowers with red lips, are carried on bushy, narrow stems with fragrant, small, green leaves. This native Mexican sub-shrub will flower during the summer all the way into autumn
Tall spikes of deep indigo purple flowers are held on branching purple-green stems above bushy mid green foliage. This later flowering Salvia is a great performer, producing blooms during late summer.
Just like the other Wish series Salvias, Salvia 'Kisses and Wishes' does best in a warm and sunny position. It makes a great plant for growing in a container, either on its own or with companion plant
With its exotic combination of rich magenta pink flowers opening from purple buds on dark purple stems, this hardy Salvia has become extremely popular since its launch in 2015 and for good reason.
'Madeline' bears slender spikes of two tone flowers with vivid, violet blue upper hoods and white lower lips, on branching stems above deep green, pointed, oval leaves that smell of sage when crushed.
Large, airy spikes of coral red tubular flowers are carried on reddish green stems above tidy, triangular green leaves that smell sweetly of sage. A recent introduction from America after a cross ....
Ideal for adding drama to a border with tall spikes of individual violet blue flowers arranged in rings along branching purple stems with aromatic foliage. Bees love it too.
A very striking form of Salvia from Mexico combining tall spikes of deep violet blue hooded flowers with pale mauve streaked lower lips and bluey-green foliage. New to the UK.
Ever so pretty and dainty, the intense purple flowers of this lower growing bushy Salvia from Mexico really draw the eye, perfect for groundcover or a sunny container