• Darsham Seeds:  Salvia viridis

Darsham Seeds: Salvia viridis

Also known as Salvia horminum, the colour from these delightful plants comes from pigmented bracts rather than from the actual flower.  The bracts (modified leaves) are papery with attractive contrasting veins.  We sow in mid-to-late summer, and plant out in about October or November.  They hunker down through even severe winters and then get a good head start in the spring.  Otherwise, sow in late winter to set out in spring.  With enough cutting for bouquets and deadheading, ours bloom from May through August.  Grows to about 60cm.  Best in full sun.


Darsham Seeds: Salvia viridis

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