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One of our own seedlings with vivid pink flowers that have a darker centre and the lower lip pales to a soft pink edge.  I do like the many hot pink salvias but this one has a little extra, it flowers well and really stands out, even on a gloomy day.

Salvia x Panache Pink

  • Best grown in full sun.  Sharp drainage is essential and can be achieved by either growing them in pots or incorporating grit into the soil when planting. Regular applications of a  balanced feed is benificial during the growing season. These salvias have a very long flowering season but respond well to cutting back hard when the flower stems get a little long and tired. We cut plants back hard at the begining of August, give them a good feed and go off on holiday. By September they are reinvigorated and back in flower. Prune again in spring after the danger of frosts have passed.

    Supplied in a 9cm pot.


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