A truly beautiful species from South America. Large leaves on this grand stately Salvia provide a very tropical effect. Lovely blue flowers with showy lime green calyxes appear above the leaves throughout the growing season are reason enough to grow the plant all on their...
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Marshwood Gardens have been suppling quality plants now for 30 years throughout New Zealand. As holders of one of New Zealands National Collections of Salvia it is natural to find a huge selection of these in our on-line catalogue. We also have private collections of Nepeta, Penstemon, Viola, Euphorbia, Geranium. Our plants are open grown and exposed to all the elements nature can manage. If plants can not survive with us outside we do not have time to fuss over them!
S.darcyii x S. microphylla. Deep coral-red flowers that are larger than microphylla on 60cm stems. The foliage does not have the 'stickness' of its S. darcyii parentage. Hardy with us having now brought it through several cold winters. Easy to grow. 60-90cm
An erect clump forming perennial noted for its dark purple stems and blue-violet flowers. Forms a foliage mound to 30cm and from late spring terminal spikes of flowers to 60cm. Average soils, dry-medium ,well drained. Toerate drought. SOLD OUT UNTIL SPRING
A friend who use to live in Glenorchy showed me this tree growing at a popular viewing point overlooking the mighty Dart River. I was very taken with it. NB photo showing it growing among other Podocarpus totara. I propagate very few trees for sale, but this is one I do as...
50-75cm. The most brillant red of all the salvia. Plant in full sun with good drainage, give a trim over to shape in the spring when growth has commenced and not before! Hardy
A garden hybrid from our garden Growing to a compact bush roughly 70cm high. This euphorbia if grown in a sunny spot develops flower bracts that turn from green beginnings to shades of rose. SOLD OUT
15-25cm. Flowers 3.5cm across. Closely related to Aster alpinus. Solitary flower-heads over the summer. Violet rays and the discs are a brownish-yellow.