Salvia nemorosa ‘Rose Queen’ Plants


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There are just a few of these plants, in 8cm pots

Salvia ‘Rose Queen’ is an erect, clump forming hybrid perennial sage that produces many upright, dense flower spikes of hooded, tubular ,Mulberry- rose over a long flowering period from summer onwards. It is fibrous rooted, and has an evenly branched form. the foliage is dark green and aromatic. The flowers attract bees and butterflies

It looks equally good in pots and the garden.

It likes well drained moist soil in full sun, but will tolerate any soil type. Pinch out growing tip when plant is 15cm tall to encourage bushy growth. Keep well watered until established. Fertilise monthly if desired.

Remove faded flower spikes to prolong flowering. Deadhead if you do not want it to self-seed. If you wish to collect seed allow the spherical heads to become dry and brown before cutting. Do not remove old stems until new growth appears in spring. Best time to divide perennial Salvias is in early spring prior to new growth emerging.

Additional information


Hardy Perennial


Labiatae, Lamiaceae

Maximum Height

approx 60cm with flowers