Salvia nemorosa ‘Snow Hills’
Salvia ‘Snow Hills’ is a sport of S. ‘Blue Hills’ (Blauhugel) and makes dwarf tidy clumps of stiff upright stems which carry spikes of clean white flowers. It has grown well in the dry climate garden here at Lambley Nursery flowering for 10 weeks during late spring and early summer. We cut it back to the ground in late December and get another 10 weeks of flowers in the autumn. 35cm x 35cm. Sun. Frost hardy to -20C.