A medium Salvia with masses of rose pink blooms through summer. The flowers open on upright stems over low growing, grey green foliage.
Salvia ‘Rose Rhapsody’ is an excellent rebloom variety. Cut it back hard after the first flush, add some fertiliser in late summer, early autumn you will have another floral show. The flowers also last well in a vase.
Grow Salvia ‘Rose Rhapsody’ in a sunny location in well drained soil. Salvias should be watered in and then become dry tolerant once they establish. They look wonderful in beds, borders or dry gardens. Salvia ‘Rose Rhapsody’ has vigorous growth and is easy care.
Salvia ‘Rose Rhapsody’ is a semi evergreen variety with a woody base, which should be pruned hard in winter or early spring to encourage a well branched, bushy habit and allow the new growth to shine.
Salvia pratensis is commonly known as Meadow Sage.
Summer to Autumn
Cool to Mediterranean
Full Sun to Semi Shade