Salvia pratensis ‘Swan Lake’
Clump-forming plant with wrinkled, ovate green basal leaves and upright stems sporting long blooming pure white flowers from late Spring. If properly deadheaded, plants will continue to repeat bloom throughout the summer. Easily grown in well drained to medium moisture soils in full sun. Will tolerates drought and frost. Good idea to cut plants back after flowering has concluded, can be done every two years if prefer. Can be diveded ever 3-5 years. Height 60-80cm
Growing: Salvia pratensis ‘Swan Lake’
– Height with flowers:
– Position: Full sun or Partial shade
– Soil: Well drained, very adaptive
– Fragrance: Foliage
– Growth: Perennial
– Attracts: Birds, Bees and Butterflies
– Care: Low maintenance, Prune after flowering to keep compact
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: Yes! They don’t like the scent, Just like with culinary sage.
– Origin: Central and South America, Eastern Asia, Central Asia and Mediterranean.