Meadow Sage

Salvia pratensis

A tough clump-forming salvia that features numerous dense, upright, spike-like racemes of tiny, two-lipped, deep lavender-blue flowers which rise above dull gray-green foliage. Flowers bloom in early Summer and may rebloom sporadically into late Summer. Flowers attract bees and butterflies.

Water: Average, drought tolerant

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: Herbaceous perennial, 1 to 3' tall

Light: Full Sun

Soil: Well-draining soil

Origin: Meadows, scrub edges, and woodland borders of Europe, Western Asia and Northern Africa

Meadow Sage