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    Salvia "Blue Hill"

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    • Vivian Restrepo DeHart

      Salvia nemorosa Blue Hill: Perennials, Height: Medium 24" (Plant 16" apart) Blooms Early Summer to Late Summer, Full to Mostly Sunny, Soil Normal- Sandy

    • Linda Guzzaldo

      Salvia Blue Hill. Great rebloom. True blue flowers. Use as a substitute for Nepeta Blue Wonder.

    • j mcdonald

      Salvia Blue Hill 'Salvia nemorosa' Perennial Salvia, Meadow Sage Type: Perennials Height: Medium 24" (Plant 16" apart) Bloom Time: Early Summer to Late Summer Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Sunny Zones: 4-8 Flower / Accent: Blue / Blue A great color introduction in Salvia, truest blue and as tough and as profuse a bloomer as the others. Can be cut back to rebloom early in the fall. Easy to grow, salvia perform best in full sun. Combines well with Sedum and Echinacea.

    • Tricia

      salvia nemorosa (blue hill) perennial salvia, meadow sage

    • Maria Tucker

      Salvia nemorosa 'Blue Hill' True blue flowers.

    • Diane Robinson

      Salvia "Blue Hill,growing a lot of this

    • Barbara Donahoe

      NEW color. True blue flowers.

    • Sheryl Cadman Geer

      Salvia Blue Hill - herb area

    • Meller Design Studio

      Salvia Blue Hill-perennial

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