Salvia Waverly - Waverly Sage
Salvia Waverly has grown and bloomed reliably in strong light. It will produce some bloom in light shade. It is thought that it includes S. leucantha as one of its parents. The sepals and the petals form a nice purple and white contrast. I give Salvia Waverly a good winter shearing to about 6" tall in February or March as the new shoots are coming on. Salvia Waverly is a great addition to the hummingbird garden. There are often several hummingbirds defending each of ours from their compatriots.
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