Salvia greggii 'Icing Sugar'


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Description :

The Salvia greggi genus is native to Mexico and can reach one metre in height. Salvia greggi 'Icing Sugar' is a horticultural shrub sage which has a more compact, lower habit. From June to October its dark floral buds produce delicate bicolour fuchsia flowers with light pink inner lips.

This autumn sage goes well in a dry rockery in a temperate climate. We like to combine it with the soft pinks of Diascia and the silvery foliage of Artemisia

If you're looking for an avalanche of colour to grow in a pot or mixed border, why not try Geranium 'Rozanne' + Agastache 'Blue Fortune' + Salvia greggi 'Icing Sugar'? A fabulous threesome when everything else in the garden is wilting in the summer heat.

Height: 50 cm. Planting distance: 40 cm. Grow in the sun in light, well-drained, ordinary soil, which can be poor and dry.

Prune to half height at the end of winter.

A bracken mulch is recommended for winter temperatures below -10 °C

- 0,7 litre pot

- Hardiness zones : zone 8-10
- Height: 50 to 70cm
- Plant spacing: 50 cm

- Flower colour: pink
- Flowering period: summer flowers
® Unlicensed propagation prohibited.
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