Common Names: Indigo Woodland Sage
Botanical Name: Salvia forsskaolei
Plant Family: Lamiaceae
Life Cycle: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: USDA zones 5a-11
Habit: Plants will be 2-3 feet tall by 2-3 feet wide.
Sun/Soil: Full sun in poor to regular garden soil
Germination/Sowing: These seeds are easy to grow. (Instructions will be sent with seeds.)
Growing/Care: Very little will need to be done in order to get this Salvia species to perform well for you. It tends to bloom and bloom in the garden and has few pests or problems. It can reseed, but unwanted plants are easily weed out. Old blooms can also be cut back to prevent seed development.
Culinary Uses: N/A
Medicinal Uses: N/A
Themes/Designs: Mediterranean, Ecological, Low water, Pollinator, Meadow
Seeds and photos provided by my friend Evan Bean over at The Practical Plant Geek.)