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We no longer carry the Salvia East Friesland. We do carry Salvia May Night and Salvia Snow Hill which you will find at the bottom of this page.
We cannot ship any container plants with soil into CA,AZ,OR, and WA. For these states all plants will be taken out of containers, the soil shaken off of the roots, and then roots dipped in water retention gel, then wrapped with moist medium and packaged to insure fresh and live delivery. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Salvia East Friesland, one cannot say enough about Salvia in the garden. Salvia East Friesland is a must have addition for border, mass plantings, or just that little nook that needs a splash of color to complete your pallet. If you're looking for a summer blooming plant with a hue of intense color then Salvia East Friesland is the plant addition for your garden. Salvia's are easy to grow and perform best in full sun. The almost iridescent color of this salvia is deep-purple.
Salvia is commonly called meadow sage but that's where the commonality stops. Heavily flowering over textured leaves, with vivid spikes of color, 1 ½ inches long, starting in mid-June.
Plant Care :
After blooming time cut down to base growth as new growth will be more appealing. Plant may flop if given too rich soil or excessive shade.
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