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Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’

Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ is from the Lamiaceae family of plants. They also call it the Sage ‘Mulberry Jam‘. Other synonyms include Salvia ‘Mulberry Wine‘ or Salvia involucarta ‘Mulberry Jam’.

Salvia 'Mulberry Jam'
Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ at Kew Gardens, London, UK

It is a perennial with a bushy habit. Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ can grow to about 4ft or 1.2m tall. The foliage is aromatic. The flowers are magenta pink with a bit of white at the throat. They are nectar-rich and attract pollinators. The flowering season starts from summer into autumn.

How to grow Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’:

Grow Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ in the sun. Plant it in moderately fertile and well-drained soil. It is drought-tolerant. Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ is half-hardy so protect them in cold winters.

Propagate by basal or softwood or semi-ice cuttings. Deadhead the flowers. It attracts bees and pollinators. Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’ is generally disease-free, but watch out for slugs and snails, rosemary beetle, aphids, whitefly, or red-spider mite, especially if it is grown in pots in a greenhouse.

Salvia 'Mulberry Jam'
Salvia ‘Mulberry Jam’

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