Salvia x sylvestris 'Blauhugel'
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Item #: 5104
Zones: 4a to 7b
Height: 10" tall
Origin: Asia, Europe
From Germany's renown plantsman Ernst Pagels comes a selection of Salvia superba that makes a very compact 16" tall x 30" wide mound. For us, it is covered in flowers in April and May (later in more northern climates). Cutting back the old flower stalks often results in a nice rebloom in October. The 6" tall spikes of rich blue purple flowers nearly cover the fuzzy light green disease resistant foliage. For us, Salvia superba performs best in bright sun, and dry, well drained soils.
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