Salvia Guaranitica | Black and Blue
It offers a flower color that is rarely seen in the garden: truly vibrant cobalt blue, hooded blossoms with contrasting near-black calyces and stems. These large flowers are produced in one sided racemes from midsummer to mid-fall, earlier in warmer climates. Deadheading will prolong the bloom time. Hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees devour their delicious nectar.
Height: 30 - 40"
Spread: 20 - 24"
Full Sun to Part Sun