Salvia nemorosa 'April Night' 1 Gallon

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'April Night' salvia begins to bloom almost a month earlier than most meadow sages. Starting in April, this specimen sends up spikes of purple flowers that draw bees and hummingbirds, and keeps flowering right through summer. Its fragrant leaves deter deer and rabbits and make it a welcome addition to patio containers or hanging baskets, as does its petite size. Wonderful in sunny borders and mass plantings, 'April Night' salvia is drought tolerant once established, and returns year after year.

Common Name: Meadow sage
Mature Size: 12" - 14" tall and wide
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cold Hardiness: -20° F
Characteristics: Perennial, drought tolerant once established, deer- and rabbit-resistant, fragrant
Light: Full sun to part sun
Structure: Compact
Bloom Color: Purple
Bloom Time: Spring and summer
Uses: Woodland gardens, rock gardens, borders, containers, hanging baskets and mass plantings
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