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Blue Hill Sage

Salvia x sylvestris ‘Blauhügel'

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Blue Hill Sage

Salvia x sylvestris ‘Blauhügel'

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The Blue Hill Sage is a beautiful perennial plant with bold spikes of sky-blue flowers that are produced as early as May and continue well into the fall. Standing 18 inches tall the lower half of the stems are covered in aromatic gray-green leaves, while the upper half is a tall spike of blooms, with numerous side spikes as well. The small flowers are produced in abundance, and they are a true blue, light and sparkling, adding unique tones to your garden and making a wonderful garden picture. Grow it in front of shrubs, in a bed with other perennials, on sunny slopes and among gravel and rocks.

  • Striking spikes of light blue blooms from May to October
  • Attractive, aromatic gray-green leaves
  • Loved by butterflies and hummingbirds
  • Cold resistant and drought tolerant
  • Perfect way to brighten your summer garden

Full sun is best for the Blue Hill Sage, but a little partial shade is tolerated, especially in hotter zones. It is winter hardy in zone 4 and enjoys hot, dry places, including sandy and gravel soils. Avoid wet ground and shady areas. Cut back to the ground when flowering is over in fall, and remove flower spikes as they finish, to encourage continuous blooming. Pests and diseases are rare, and deer normally leave this plant alone.