Coral Nymph Salvia has lovely densely covered spikes of flowers rising above heart-shaped leaves. The showy two-tone coral-colored blooms are high in nectar and will attract bees, butterflies, & HUMMINGBIRDS. They also make the wonderful cut or dried flowers.
The plants have a neat clumping habit and enjoy the heat and sun of the summer making them easy to grow in containers. They are fast-growing and are often grown as a summer annual in zones 7 and under.
NAME: Coral Nymph Salvia OTHER COMMON NAMES: Hummingbird Sage / Coral Nymph Sage SCIENTIFIC NAME: Salvia Coccinea COLOR: Coral PLANT SEEDS: At 60 - 65F BLOOM TIME: Summer - Fall HARDINESS ZONE: 8 - 11 PLANT HEIGHT: 18 - 24" PLANT SPACING: 8 - 12" LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average