Salvia nemorosa ‘Blue Queen’ plants


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picture thanks to  Jelitto seeds


Plants are in 8cm pots .  There are just a few

This is held by many to be one of the finest salvias. It is a vigorous small form of salvia which forms small bushy clumps. It has intense dark blue branching flower spikes which are produced in early summer, and one plant can appear like a solid block of dark blue , the flower spires are so thick. The plant repeat blooms later in summer and reproduces its fine display.
It is a hardy, easily grown plant, and flowers the first year from seed. It can tolerate some drought, grows in spots where other less tolerant plants would complain, and doesn’t mind heat.

They bloom in the summer of the first year.
It is a plant that can fill a bare spot and look good in a very short time. If you grow in groups , it is a show stopper when in flower. It makes an excellent container plant. It flowers in the first year from seed.

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Maximum Height

approx 60cm with flowers