Salvia chamelaeagnea x scabra ‘African Sky’

Salvia ‘African Sky’

Flowering Starts flowering in late spring and will flower until autumn.
Size Grows to 1m high x 1m wide.
Maintenance Cut back after flowering and fertilise in spring.
Position Full sun.
Uses With its upright growth and fresh green foliage, it provides texture and contrast and looks lovely in mixed cottage gardens.

‘African Sky’ is a lovely hybrid which has dark green foliage. It has branching stems with beautiful azure blue flowers. Looks beautiful in perennial planting with ‘Gaura So White’ and ‘Agastache Sweet Lili’ as they all flower at the same time, have similar growth habits and enjoy similar growing conditions.

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