The decorative Salvias or Sages (sure, all family of culinary Sage) are an distinctive group of backyard vegetation that simply carry on giving – lots of flowers that’s.

Ian Barker Gardens used the colourful blue ‘Caradonna’ in its Camberwell panorama design mission to placing impact. Salvias usually are not simply blue both; they’re out there in an enormous number of totally different colors and kinds.

They flower repeatedly by the hotter months so it’s typically tough to select a time to present them a tidy up with out sacrificing blooms. All Salvias profit from a great reduce throughout winter which inspires bushiness and extra flowers sooner or later.

They’re robust, drought tolerant vegetation which are versatile to make use of in a backyard design. They could be a main characteristic of a perennial flower backyard or a splash of color amongst a border of inexperienced hedges in a proper panorama.

Not solely are they very best panorama vegetation however bees love them.

And right here’s a bit little bit of current horticultural world information. Rosemary is now formally labeled as a Sage – Salvia Rosmarinus.

Salvia nemorosa Caradonna featured in Ian Barker Gardens Camberwell garden design project

Salvia nemorosa Caradonna featured in Ian Barker Gardens Camberwell garden design project