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Salvia Indigo Spires

Salvia Indigo Spires grows best in at least half shade. Salvia Indigo Spires has gotten as big as 5 feet by 5 feet. Salvia Indigo Spires blooms Spring through Fall. Saliva Indigo Spires can get a little washed out in the summer and likes regular light trimming to keep it from getting leggy and flopping. I give Salvia Indigo Spires a strong haircut in the middle of winter. Without trimming the upper 2/3 of each branch dies back anyways. It was damaged but not killed at 20° F. The parents of Salvia Indigo Spires are Salvia farinaceae and Salvia longispicata

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Salvia Indigo Spires