Salvia nemorosa April Night

Salvia nemorosa April Night


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Perfect for a cottage garden, herbaceous borders or even in containers, the petite Salvia April Night starts flowering early – hence its name – and continues throughout the season.

Vibrant purple-blue spires of flowers rise elegantly above the compact green foliage. Deadhead after flowering or even cut back hard to rejuvenate the spear-shaped, crinkly edged foliage, which is not only visually pleasing, but is also fragrant, making it ideal for cutting. 

S. April Night is a relation of the indigenous Meadow Sage and is drought resistant. It is also highly attractive to bees and other pollinators, including the spectacular hummingbird moth.

Pot Size: 2L

Common Name: Meadow Sage

Hardiness: Hardy

Height and Spread: 35cm x 50cm

Preferred Soil Type: Moist, fertile, humus-rich

Aspect: Full sun

Flowering Period: April to late summer