I currently have about fifty.@longk , I thought I would find you on this thread How many Salvia types do you have approx ?
Not me, I'm no expert. That was probably Robin Middleton or William Dyson.Is he the expert on one of the GW's episode.
I currently have about fifty.
Not me, I'm no expert. That was probably Robin Middleton or William Dyson.
It's nice longk but not so striking to me as your other one...as that's a proper eye catcherTodays offering is actually in bloom in the greenhouse at the moment - Salvia coerulea.............
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It is the easiest of the winter bloomers to grow and it grows ferociously fast as well. It also starts blooming in the winter and will continue until late May/early June.
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Very nice plants Longk you always give a really nice capture of your plantsA couple of very hardy ones now;
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It can get big though...............
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I left Salvia forsskaolii behind when I moved but I've started seeds off this year................
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I grew it from seed sent by someone on another forum. If I can find that seed I'll try to grow a few this year@longk Love that Salvia algeriensis ! A bit pastely. Never seen it before! Where did you buy the seed/plant please?
It's just an old Nikon D40. Perfectly good on manual settings.And would love to know your camera model and make please!
I did but I lost them as well when the electrics to the greenhouse blewOh, dear! You didn't take cuttings?
I've grown all the Wish series. The first one was Wendys Wish and I had one of those for several years.............So different from the wishes series
It is about time that I showed some S.patens as it's so photogenic! I can't find a photo of Cambridge Blue but here is Oxford Blue................I just love the Patens.
Have you looked on Robins Salvias? I think that it is something Ice.No idea which one this is. Your photos remind me that I need a new camera!
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