May Night Salvia

Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night'

The May Night Salvia is celebrated for its stunning deep indigo blooms that make a bold statement in any garden from late spring to early summer. This perennial is particularly valued for its drought resistance once established and its ability to attract beneficial pollinators like bees and butterflies. A second bloom can be encouraged in the fall with proper deadheading, making it a versatile and vibrant addition to perennial borders or as a striking container plant. Its aromatic foliage also adds a sensory appeal, making it a favorite among gardeners looking to combine beauty with functionality.

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