Salvia leucantha C16/17

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It is another one of the many varieties that exist of Salvia. Like almost all, this sage is of great beauty for its pink and violet bloom.

3,60 € tax incl.

Salvia leucantha is an evergreen shrub that belongs to the family Laminaceae. It is another one of the many varieties that exist of Salvia. Like almost all of them, this sage has a great beauty for its pink and violet bloom.

We must sow it during the months of February to June or between September and November in hot climates. In cold climates the sowing season is from March to June or September October.

This plant needs sun and heat, being the temperature to stay healthy up to 35º.

We must water it 2 or 3 times a week, although it also supports drought.

The soil does not need much organic matter, but it must be sandy and well drained.

This plant can be attacked by several fungi, if the soil is not well drained, or by the white spider.

Sources consulted in addition to our experience with this plant:

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Name Salvia leucantha
Origen México
Height Up to 1 m high
Color Pink and violet flowers
Flowering Spring-summer
Location Sun
Irrigation Moderated
Applications Groups, borders or pots
Others It cannot withstand cold
Sales format Pot of 16/17cms diametre
Note Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.