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Salvia 'Savannah Blue'

Salvia 'Savannah Blue'

Salvia 'Savannah Blue'

Savannah Blue sage

Savannah Blue Sage forms a loose mound of evergreen, medium green, divided foliage. It grows to 2½' tall and 3' wide and produces spikes of small blue flowers on slender stems in summer through fall. 

More About Salvia 'Savannah Blue'

This attractive salvia is a hybrid of Salvia repens and Salvia namaensis and was found in the garden of Andy Maycen in Vista, Southern California.



Additional:

Savannah Blue sage Growing and Maintenance Tips


Height:

24-30 in

Spread:

36-42 in

Spacing:

36-42 in

Sunset Zone:

USDA Hardiness Zone:

Salvia 'Savannah Blue' Characteristics

Attributes

  • Wind resistant
  • Fast-growing
  • Aromatic foliage
  • Evergreen

Flower color

  • Blue / Purple / Lavender / Violet

Foliage color

  • Green / Blue-green

Growth habit (plant shape)

  • Mounding

Exposure

  • Afternoon sun
  • Morning sun
  • Light or dappled shade
  • Sunny all day - Inland
  • Sunny all day - Coast

Season of interest (flowering)

  • Summer

Season of interest (foliage)

  • Year round

Your soil type

  • Sandy loam
  • Loam
  • Clay-loam
  • Clay

Water requirements

  • None - Low

Critter resistance

  • Deer resistant
  • Rabbit resistant

Wildlife appeal

  • Attracts beneficial insects
  • Attracts bees

Suggested uses

  • Median strip
  • Firescaping
  • Under CA native oaks

Origin

  • Hybrid