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4.7 ⭐ Rating | 🚚 London Zones 1-4 | 💸 Free Delivery Over £50
⭐ Rated 4.7 | 🚚 London Zones 1-4 | 💸 Free Delivery Over £50

Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens'

Purple Sage

Original price £6.99 - Original price £6.99
Original price
£6.99
£6.99 - £6.99
Current price £6.99
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Why we love it

Looking for an addition to your garden that both looks and smells nice?

  • Perfect to plant now: all our plants are perfect to plant now and we select perennials, so they'll live on year after year
  • Low maintenance: she'll do best in full sunlight with moist soil, but isn't very fussy!
  • Unique texture: her pastel purple hue, that shades the green leaves is quite uncommon and creates a unique texture
  • Delicious herb: add her to your herb garden, or intersperse her among other plants to for sweet aromas
  • Bee-friendly: 'Purple sage'' attracts butterflies, birds, bees and plenty of other pollinators!

Pot Size: 1L

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Plant: height 27 cm x spread 25 cm


Nursery Pot: height 11 cm x diameter 13 cm

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What our customers are saying...

I highly recommend to anyone who loves nature and may be stuck in a flat in the city

Nikhil, London

Lovely products and excellent service

Caitlin, London

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Purple Sage likes

Purple Sage likes

🌞 Light
Full sun

💦 Water
Average

📐 Height & Spread
27 cm & 25 cm

🌵 Compost-type
Multi-purpose

Maintenance

Low

Position

Full sun

Aspect

South–facing, East–facing, West–facing

Fully grown

0.5–1 metres

Testimonials

Flexible with their delivery times, plant arrived in immaculate condition

George G., London

Brilliant service, and the plant arrived in great condition (and as impressive as pictured)

Peter S., London

Seasonality

Seasonality


📆 Season of interest:
Summer

🌷 Flowering time:
June, July

🌸 Flower colour:
Purple

🌿 Foliage:

Semi evergreen

🍂 Foliage colour:
Green, Grey, Purple

Bee friendly?

Yes

Wildlife friendly?

Butterflies, Birds, Bees

Pet safe?

Pet safe

Baby safe?

Yes

Background

A member of the mint family Lamiaceae and native to the Mediterranean regions, the Salvia has a long history of medicinal and culinary uses.

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