- Attracts beneficial pollinators
- Bright and impactful
- Comes back year after year
Introduce lipstick-pink flowers and fragrant leaves to your garden to brighten up perennial beds. Grow with complementing pink and purple flowers like dahlias and create impactful displays.
Enjoy seeing the impact this variety makes to you and garden guests. Take advantage too of smelling the leaves close up. Each leaf emits a scented oil so pleasant to rub between your hands.
Every year Salvia Neon puts up lipstick-pink flowers in large numbers from as early as May (complementing nearby tulips) to as late as September where they complement echinaceas and Verbena bonariensis well in flower beds filled with perennials.
We recommend you plant a swath of salvia Neon near to flowering crops. If you are growing peas and beans, outdoor tomatoes or strawberries, salvia Neon will bring in the pollinators to turn flowers into fruit.
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