Thursday, June 09, 2011

Salvia nemorosa 'Marcus'

Salvia nemorosa 'Marcus'

When I saw Salvia nemorosa 'Marcus' (Dwarf Meadow Sage), I thought it might look good in front of my Angel Daisies. Time will tell if I was right.

Angel Daisies and Salvia nemorosa ' Marcus'

Description: This dwarf salvia produces compact spikes of richly colored blooms that are excellent in fresh or died cut arrangements. Great for mass planting the perennial garden. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds and is deer resistant.

Care: Remove spent flowers to encourage additional blooms. Water weekly during dry spells.

Light: Full sun or part shade
Height: Grows to 12" tall
Width: Grows to 12" wide


Carla Murray Kenworthy said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful garden.

Carla Murray Kenworthy said...

I'm happy I stumbled upon your blog. I hope your garden is lovely still.