Salvia May Night
This clump-forming, compact salvia features numerous, dense, upright, spike-like racemes of tiny, two-lipped, deep violet-blue flowers which rise above gray-green foliage to a height of 18-24". Flowers bloom in May and June and may rebloom sporadically into late summer if faded flowers are promptly cut back. Excellent fresh cut flower. A mint family member which is slightly aromatic when crushed and is attractive to bees and butterflies. Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year (1997).