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SALVIA DELICE FELINE - Pépinière La Forêt
SALVIA DELICE FELINE - Pépinière La Forêt

SALVIA DELICE FELINE

SALVIA DELICE FELINE

New variety in the family of Salvia microphylla, Salvia Délice Féline will seduce you with its delicate flowering. From May to October will bloom small azure blue to purple flowers and its white heart will give rhythm to the gardens.

80 Shrubby
Half-evergreen green
Sunny
May to October Blue with with heart
-10 °C
Pot, flowersbeds, borders
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The characteristics of SALVIA DELICE FELINE.


Known for their vigour, Salvia microphylla are very resistant to drought and flower abundantly from spring to autumn. Slavia Delice Feline dont't escape the rule! With its azure to purplish blue flowers and its white heart, this Sage will decorate the flowerbeds from May to October. It can reach 80cm in height, making it a compact and dense variety.

How to use it.


The Salvia Délice Féline is not demanding and will enjoy in flowerbeds, borders, wall bases or even in pots. It will give colour and lightness to beds in association with grasses and Gauras.

What advice for a successful cultivation of SALVIA DELICE FELINE.


For this Salvia to bloom properly and offer a beautiful flowering, it should be planted in a sunny situation with a density of 3/m². In the coldest regions it will be necessary to mulch it to help it to face the strong gales. At the end of winter, cut the Salvia down to 10cm to remove dead wood and give it back all its vigour.

 

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