Unit Description: 18 Plants / Rack
250 Tray/s Available
This is a frost hardy species with single, incredibly fragrant creamy flowers in June. The waxy leaves contract brilliantly against the flowers.
Height x Spread / Trail
60 x 60 cm
June - September
A slow growing hardy perennial suitable for containers or borders. Plant near a deck, walk, or patio where the fragrance can be enjoyed.
Prefers full sun, or partial shade with free-draining soil or compost.
Can survive winter in very well protected situations, especially if sheltered from hard frosts.
Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 3 Litre +
This is a wild selection of the Mexican Salvia microphylla - with small green leaves and unique scarlet-red and white, two-toned flowers. Depending on temperature and moisture these will tend to appear almost completely red or white at any one time, but usually both colours are showing.
Clumps of dark green leaves, dominated by tall stems which carry panicles of bronze, feathery spikelets.
Funnel-shaped, claret-purple flowers on elegant stems.
Aromatic foliage is smothered in mauve/lilac and purple pursed lip like flowers produced from dark buds all summer long.
Sumptuous velvety-bronze flowers on lanceolate green foliage. This newly bred variety provides even more of a chocolate scent than the previous form and is more compact for pot and garden.