Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 44
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 4-6-7
Light Requirements
Fragrant n
Attracts Butterflies y
Attracts Hummingbirds y
Foliage Color Green
Flower Color Blue
Germination 21 to 28
Spacing 1.5 ft to 1.75 ft
Genus Salvia
Common Name Salvia, Big Blue Hybrid

Salvia, Big Blue Hybrid

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(S. longispicata x farinacea) The name says it all! Big Blue salvia is exactly that - a big, vigorous flowering annual in an attractive, eye-catching clear blue. super easy and super showy for landscapers and home gardeners for back-of-border plantings. Tall blue spires bloom continuously from July to frost. Dead heading is not required, but is recommended. Heat and drought tolerant. Low maintenance. Attracts bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Spread 18 to 20".


Growing Zone: 3 to 9

Light Requirements:

Own Root

State Restrictions

HI

Growing Zones 3 to 9
Page Number 44
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 4-6-7
Light Requirements
Fragrant n
Attracts Butterflies y
Attracts Hummingbirds y
Foliage Color Green
Flower Color Blue
Germination 21 to 28
Spacing 1.5 ft to 1.75 ft
Genus Salvia
Common Name Salvia, Big Blue Hybrid

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Big Blue Salvia
Jan 30, 2024  |  By Margaret Critser
Big Blue says it all! This sturdy robust salvia is outstanding. A great anchor plant that makes a statement. Still looks good after most other annuals have succumbed to frost. Bumblebees love it. Plant them every year in all my gardens.

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