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Salvia pratensis ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ PP15148   

Flowers abound! Often 25-30 flowering stems per plant. Flowers have a vibrant, two-tone look with blue and violet spikes blooming June-Aug. Wide green foliage has a gray gloss and the plant overall is characterized by its densely vertical and comparatively compact, bushy habit. A fast grower, reaching 24" tall. 

    Common Name:Meadow Clary
    Hardiness Zones:4-7
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average, moderately moist, well drained soil.

About Salvia: The genus Salvia is huge with more than 750 known species covering herbs, annuals and perennials. Salvias enjoy a long bloom time if the spent flowers are removed after blooming. Ornamental varieties are great for cut flower arrangements. Very easy to grow, performing nicely in the garden and attracting butterflies.