A stunning new Salvia variety, with a neat, but vigorous plant habit, lush green foliage that is covered with sizzling scarlet-red flower spikes from April to November. Sterile and self-cleaning, no need to deadhead always looks luxuriant yet tidy.
GROWTH & CARE
Plant Name Saucy Wine Salvia
Scientific Name Salvia splendens
Brand Name Southern Living Plant Collection
Exposure Full sun to part shade
Bloom / Feature Scarlet red flower spikes April through November
Average Dimensions 2-3' H X 2-3' W
USDA Zones USDA Zones 7-10
Soil Well drained garden soil
Water Water as needed
Uses Attracts Birds / Butterflies, Clumping Habit, Cut Flowers, Heat Tolerance, Reblooming
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Plant Directions: Sent by mail
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