Exposure
Sun
Part sun
Soil Moisture Needs
Wet
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Nature Attraction
Butterflies
Hummingbirds
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Foliage
Bloom Color
Apricot
Blue
Attributes
Ground Cover
Long Blooming
Good Cut Flowers
Fragrant
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Riverbend Nursery (M.S.)

Salvia nemorosa 'May Night'

Meadow Sage

Salvia May Night is a long time favorite of plant enthusiasts. Its reliable violet-blue spikes last from late spring to mid-summer. The grey-green foliage is attractive even in spring. Remove spent flowers to encourage another bloom cycle.

Height:

18-18 Inches

Spacing:

18" (46 cm)

Additional:

Water weekly during dry spells.

Hardiness Zone:

4-8

Bloom Color:

Violet-blue.

Salvia (sal'-vee-a)

Family: Lamiaceae · Common Name: Sage

A garden favorite! Salvia has a long bloom period, tolerates drought, and comes in hues ranging from purple and blue to red, pink and white. Plants reach a height of 2-3' and blend well with many other plants. An ideal perennial for almost any garden.

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