Salvia guaranitica 'Omaha'
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Item #: 2390
Zones: 8a to 10b
Height: 48" tall
Origin: Costa Rica
This unique salvia is a variegated leaf version of the Costa Rican form of Salvia guaranitica. Each fuzzy dark green heart shaped leaf is surrounded by a wide chartreuse green border. In areas with cool night temperatures, the contrast in the leaves is absolutely stunning. During periods of high night temperatures, the leaf contrast disappears until evenings cool. Regardless of the leaves, this 6' giant is topped in late summer and early fall with 6-10" stalks of large stunning dark blue flowers!
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