Salvia viridis ‘Pink’, also known as Pink Clary is an annual that does not need flowers to bring color to your garden the erect bracts of the plants change the leaf color at the tip to pink. It is grown from seed and it grows in the sun in well-drained soil. It grows to about 45 cm. It prefers good watering rather than moistening lightly. It is part of the Lamiaceae family of plants. It has fragrant foliage and does attract bees and butterflies. See also the Blue Salvia viridis
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