Pale ice blue. 50cm.
Very neat. Aromatic.
Sun to ½ Shade.
Finngrove is an Australian variation of the African salvia namaensis. Namaensis has a tiny flower and fascinating evergreen crispy foliage. Finngrove has a bit larger foliage and larger flower. It will also grow about twice as big which makes it a bit over a metre. It is a good little rounded hardy shrub not much over a metre and often full of flower. Namaensis seems to cross polinate readily so there are a few similar variations in Australia.
– Height with flowers: 50cm approx.
– Width: 45cm approx.
– Position: Full Sun, Partial Shade
– Soil: Well drained, very adaptable
– Fragrance: Foliage
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Evergreen Perennial
– Attracts: Birds and bees
– Care: Low maintenance, Prune to keep compact
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: