Black and Bloom Salvia

Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Bloom’ PPAF
An improved earlier blooming version of Black and Blue. Another great Salvia option for the mid to back of borders. Deer resistant and heavy blooming until frost.

Feature/Bloom: Dark blue flowers mid-spring to mid-fall

Evergreen or Deciduous evergreen

USDA Zones Hardy to 10°F USDA Zones 8-10

Special Features: Attracts Pollenators, Deer Resistant, Easy Care, Water-wise

Landscape Use: Border, Container

Exposure: Full sun to part shade

Bloom Season: Spring, Summer, Fall

Dimension: 3-5′ H x 3′ W

Growth Rate: Fast in spring and summer

Plant Type: evergreen

Water: Low Water Needs

Planting Instructions: · water before planting
· plant in full sun to part shade in hot climates
· dig hole 2X the width of pot
· plant 1 inch above ground soil level, backfill hole with soil
· water deeply to settle, then add more soil if needed
· mulch 1-2 inches deep around plant, avoiding area closest to stem

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