Lubeca Salvia (Salvia nemorosa) A long blooming bushy Salvia with violet blue flowers.
|Plant Type||Perennials Hardy|
|Soil & Site||needs average to well drained soils, will rot in winter wet soils|
|Flowers||spikes of blue violet, tubular two-lipped flowers borne in whorls, end of May into early June|
|Dimensions||18-24" tall, space 16 inches on center|
|Maintenance||After blooming cut back to a few inches off the ground. They will respond with a new flush of foliage and a lesser but a second bloom.|
|Misc Facts||Considered an improved form of 'East Friesland'|
|Notes & Reference||#04-Herbaceous Perennial Plants (Allan Armitage), #40-Herbaceous Ornamental Plants (Steven Stills), #87-The New Book of Salvias (Betsy Clebsch)|