Salvia Caradonna’s stems of striking violet-purple flowers bring rich colour to your outside space throughout the summer. The nectar rich flowers are displayed on spikes which wave elegantly in the breeze. This easy care plant has grey-green leaves and dark stems, providing a beautiful backdrop for the flowers.
Caradonna has a long flowering period. Regularly cutback dead flowerheads to encourage new flowers throughout summer and autumn.
How to care for Salvia Caradonna
Caradonna is happiest in direct sunlight.
Other than enough water and good quaity soil, no further care is needed.
Caradonna doesn't like to be too wet and is drought tolerant once established.
Plant with lots of good quality, peat-free compost for best results.
Caradonna doesn't like to sit in soggy soil, don't let it become waterlogged. If you have clay based soil, ensure you plant with a potting grit to encourage drainage.