Botanical Name: Salvia chamaedryoides × lycoides ‘Blue Note’
Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun
Bloom: Blue (April – October)
Currently, Salvia ‘Blue Note’ is the nursery favorite because of its clear blue flowers on a Salvia greggii type plant. This semi-evergreen herbaceous perennial has lightly minty aromatic leaves.
‘Blue Note’ is a Salvia chamaedryoides and lycoide hybrid from France. Its parents are indigenous to rocky desert areas. We recommend planting it in a well-drained location with full to bright sun. Add Salvia ‘Blue Note’ for something new and exciting in your landscape, you’ll be blue if you don’t!