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A stunning new cultivar, which if deadheaded regularly, will flower from late spring to mid-autumn. The larger than average flowers are a sublime shade of purple, and they are made all the more dramatic by their near-black calyces and supporting stems. Bees love it.
Great garden value and easy to grow perennial, supplied in approx 1 litre pots, full of buds and flowers in season.
Monty Don on BBC Gardeners' World 18th September 2020 on Salvia Amistad 'flowering since May and will go on after all the others have finished in to November' . . . . . 'If you are going to buy just one Salvia to give you rich exotic colour, this is the one to get'