This marvellous blue flowered sage makes a neat, shrubby bush clothed in dagger-shaped, silvery-grey leaves. Dense spikes of large, showy, mauve-blue flowers arise throughout the summer and if cut back will continue on into autumn. This has been offered as a form of Salvia fruticosa but the leaves and flower colour don’t match up. Looks more like an excellent form of the culinary sage, S. officinalis.
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