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Salvia leucophylla x ‘Bees Bliss’

Salvia leucophylla x ‘Bees Bliss’

Salvia ‘Bee’s Bliss’ is said to be a cross between S. leucophylla and S. sonomensis. It has small flowers which are a light lavender/ mauve colour. The flowers are held in compound whorls along the stems with each containing numerous flowers. The whorls stand well above the foliage to attract pollinating insects. Its aromatic leaves are thin, lineal in shape, lightly textured and a grey/green colour.

▪️ Height 15cm

▪️ Width 75cm

▪️ Flowers in Summer and Autumn

▪️ Full sun

▪️ Drought tolerant

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