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Salvia 'Caradonna'

Salvia is a large group of plant species in the mint family. Species can be woody shrubs, herbaceous perennials, or annuals. The variety on display in our garden is 'Caradonna.' Its mature height is 2 feet. Small purple flowers appear on spikes nearly one foot long at the end of square stems. Flowers attract bees and butterflies. When the leaves are crushed, they release an herbal fragrance.

Young salvia plants salvia caradonna leaves are textured and almost appear leathery salvia caradonna flowers appear on spikes that can make up half the plant's total height salvia plants with flowers