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Salvia "Cherry Lips"

kate123

By Kate123


Salvia "Cherry Lips" (Salvia greggii (Autumn sage))

Flowering again. It struggled a bit during the summer heat, hopefully it'll settle in and do well next year.



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Pretty. I have Amethyst Lips and am hoping it will get through, too. Only planted out a few weeks ago, mad fool that I am..

4 Sep, 2022

 

pretty pair there !

4 Sep, 2022

 

Thank you Ange and Paul. I bought this before the summer really starting heating up, Ange. OH isn't impressed so fat, says its too spindly. Hopefully it'll bush out more.

4 Sep, 2022

 

Mine are all scrawny so I'm not sure they'll be reprieved if they don't buck up next year, Kate. We shall see!

4 Sep, 2022

 

Seems like both are similar!!! I'll see how it goes next year..if not, its out!

4 Sep, 2022

 

We can have a Grand Chucking Out Ceremony if we're not lucky!!

4 Sep, 2022

 

Sounds a plan! I'm not a fan of sprawling spindly plants either!

5 Sep, 2022

 

I gave 'Hot Lips' a severe cutback a few weeks ago and it has rewarded me with a second flush of flowers. I think 'Cherry Lips' is much more subtle though ...

6 Sep, 2022

 

Thanks Shirley, appreciate this 👍

10 Sep, 2022

 

Love the name kate, i've also been cutting my back today Hot Lips, i have several in the long boarder. x

10 Sep, 2022

 

Thanks Lesley!! I'm happy to hear your advice too, I didn't know what to do as its a new plant for me.

11 Sep, 2022



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