Plant Size: 2 to 2-1/2 feet tall and wide.
Exposure: Full sun with afternoon shade preferred
Propagation: Collect seed in fall for spring planting
Have you seen that Lady in Red? She’s turning heads throughout the
South with her continuous display of brilliant scarlet flowers
attracting both butterflies and hummingbirds.
Unlike the familiar bedding plant salvias that stay short and
compact, Salvia coccinea
Cultivation: Sages generally do best planted in full sun in well
drained, light-textured soil with adequate watering in summer.
Propagate from seed
Foliage of many species is attacked by snails, slugs and