Salvia Phyllis Fancy. About 1 foot long (30 cm), these very attractive flower stalks are of great aesthetic appeal in beds or borders and attract scores of butterflies, hummingbirds and. Uc santa cruz arboretum & botanic garden.
This salvia can reach up to 2m. A wonderful addition to our garden and i wouldn't be without it. The flowers are bluer than ‘waverly’ and are one of the best bird attractants.
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Salvia 'phyllis fancy' is a vigorous and elegant evergreen sage that will reward you with masses of sturdy, fuzzy, lavender white flower spikes cupped in beautiful dark blue bracts from mid summer to frost. One of the taller salvia she makes quite an impression. If kept in a pot (recommended), feed every 4 weeks or more in drier weather.
The Slender Lanceolate Leaves Are Deeply Veined And Bright Green.
Salvia ‘phyllis fancy’ has a unique white and blue flower and is more upright than other salvias. It is often commonly referred to as sage and is widely used as a herb for culinary purposes. It has small, tubular, white/lavender blue tint, downy flowers that emerge from mauve calyces.
It Is Currently The Favorite Of The Few Hummingbirds That Are Still Here.
This salvia thrives in raleigh heat. Share share on facebook tweet tweet on twitter pin it pin on pinterest. However, it may be a cross between mexican bush sage (salvia leucantha) and chiapas sage (s.
It Had Been Overwintered Inside.
The flowers are bluer than ‘waverly’ and are one of the best bird attractants. This salvia can reach up to 2m. It has 3 to 4 inch long lanceolate leaves held on upright stems with leaves that are mid green with rugose texture on the upper surface and lighter green below.
It Grows About Twice The Size Of ‘Waverly’, That Is About 2M High And Wide.
Salvia is the largest genus within the lamiaceae (mint) family. As with all salvias it is excellent for attracting pollinating insects such as hover flies, bees and butterflies. Fragrant foliage plants, butterfly attracting plants, cut flower plants, deer resistant plants, drought tolerant plants, giant plants, hummingbird plants, pollinator plants, medicinal plants, north american native plants,.