Salvia microphylla x greggii Heatwave Glow ppaf
Glow produces mass displays of soft peach to apricot colored flowers. Glow holds its flowers for long time, it is a bit more compact, the flower is very robust and certainly a different color from Blast. An aromatic evergreen compact shrub, so easy to grow, very long bloom period, and very tolerant of dry hot conditions. The Heatwave Salvia’s are a cross of microphylla x greggii, eliminating the variable range of habits and lack of garden hardiness associated with so many of the Salvia greggii forms in the market. The plants are very tight habit in appearance.
Suggested Uses: fast results for new gardens, lengthy color for mixed borders , specimen or flowering hedge, container displays, and poolside landscaping. Pretty in cottage or wildflower style gardens. Fantastic for water wise gardening. Deer resistant! Ideal for attracting birds to the garden.
Color: soft peach to apricot
Blooming season: spring, summer and fall
Mature size: H 60 cm x W 60cm
Inventor: Howard Bentley and Steve Eggelton of Australia
Care: Full sun to part shade. Will take dry and extreme heat. Bred to meet the Australian climate. Tolerates most soil types that are free draining. Once established requires only minimum watering and a single feed in Spring with a general purpose fertilizer. Sometimes after a main flowering flush in climates in the southern hemisphere, trim the plant by half to encourage further flowering and density.
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