Salvia - Purple Knockout

$15.99
[ Available after Monday, May 18th ]
SKU:PS26089

Size: 1 gallon pot.
Grown mainly for the foliage, Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout has compact basal rosettes of shiny burgundy leaves that turn to deep purple in summer and then to red in the fall. Spikes of pale lilac blue flowers appear in spring and summer, but sometimes the flowers have only calyces and no petals. Very easy to grow in just about any soil, it will self sow to spread and become a dense groundcover that makes a great native substitute for Ajuga. Product photos are for illustrative purposes only. Available for delivery in NYC only. Delivered in growers pots. If you would like these planted for you, please contact us at 212-662-4400. Many of our plants are readily available; but due to the nature of the season, some orders may take 24-36 hours to process.

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Size: 1 gallon pot.
Grown mainly for the foliage, Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout has compact basal rosettes of shiny burgundy leaves that turn to deep purple in summer and then to red in the fall. Spikes of pale lilac blue flowers appear in spring and summer, but sometimes the flowers have only calyces and no petals. Very easy to grow in just about any soil, it will self sow to spread and become a dense groundcover that makes a great native substitute for Ajuga. Product photos are for illustrative purposes only. Available for delivery in NYC only. Delivered in growers pots. If you would like these planted for you, please contact us at 212-662-4400. Many of our plants are readily available; but due to the nature of the season, some orders may take 24-36 hours to process.

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Plants Outdoor Collection
Flowers Water Change vase water every other day (add flower food to the new water if available). All should be submerged.

If your flowers came in a basket or other container with foam, add fresh water every day.
Flowers Light/Temperature Display your bouquet or flower arrangement in a cool, draft-free area.

Avoid direct sunlight, which causes the flowers to die more quickly.
Flowers Pruning Immediately remove dead or wilting leaves and stems.

Recut your flower and foliage stems just before putting them back into new water.
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