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Salvia 'Icing Sugar'

Sage 'Icing Sugar'

Salvia 'Icing Sugar'
Salvia 'Icing Sugar'
Salvia 'Icing Sugar'
Salvia 'Icing Sugar'

Salvia 'Icing Sugar', sometimes known as Salvia greggii 'Icing Sugar', has bi-coloured flowers of dark pink, and pale pink, with the paler colour being lipped. Aromatic leaves of oval, bright green from base of stem to the tall flowers spikes. Grow in full sun in a sheltered position, perfect for patio or courtyard gardens, and containers.

Scientific family Lamiaceae Special type
Type Herbaceous perennial Origin
Lifecycle Evergreen
Garden style Cottage/informal Mediterranean Town/courtyard Seaside Prairie/meadow Position Border
Awards Features
Wildlife Attracts bees Attracts butterflies pH Acid Alkaline Neutral
Fragrance Scented when crushed Aspect South
Exposure Sheltered Growth rate
Growth Habit Bushy Maintenance Little or no maintenance
Health caution Additional use
Time to maturity 5-10 years Spacing cm
Planting depth cm


Salvia greggii 'Icing Sugar'
Salvia 'Icing Sugar' at Knights Garden Centre, Hampton Court 2011
Salvia greggii 'Icing Sugar' at Tatton Park 2011
Salvia 'Icing Sugar'
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Foliage colour
Sun
Soil Loam Sand Chalk
Moisture
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US hardiness zone
Max mature height 90cm
Mature spread 90cm