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R.G.G. (Nebraska)
Thriving May Night!

Great garden plants is my absolute go to for excellent plants

K
K.i.t.P.N. (Washington)
Beautiful plant!

My "May Night" Salvia smelled great as soon as I opened the box. The leaves had an incredible fragrance. I replanted it in a medium sized pot, gave it lots of fresh potting soil and put it in a sunny spot. It took a few weeks, but now I have twelve stunning bloom clusters in a gorgeous purple! From other reviews I know to expect these to get much bigger. I will either find a bigger pot or find a spot for them in the yard. since I read that they stay warmer over winter if they're in the ground. I might cover them with fabric during later Winter/early Spring, when we get the occasional ice snap. Thanks for shipping this plant with care. I will shop with you again!

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C.T. (Wisconsin)
May Night Salvia

I bought 12 of these May Night Salvia in Spring of 2020. We are in Wisconsin, Zone 5b if that helps you. Planted them and they all did splendidly! This year, they are growing beautifully, but was surprised at how large they got. Description says they will grow 18 inches tall and wide, but mine are much larger! I would say they are at LEAST 2 feet tall standing loud and proud! The bright purple flowers stand straight up and are gorgeous, especially in the sunlight! Definitely eye catching. I don’t know why mine grew so big; I must have some very fertile soil. I planted them in front of a row of Sonic Bloom Red Reblooming Weigela shrubs, so I hope the Salvia doesn’t grow as tall as the Weigela shrubs! I know the Weigelas should be 4-5 feet tall eventually. I wanted them to be a colorful backdrop for the Salvia. I have the Salvia staggered with Oso Easy Peasy Roses. They are a bright pink and look so pretty with the purple Salvia plant. They are just loaded too with buds about to burst open!

J
J.B. (Virginia)
Beautiful plants

Ordered 6 and they were in awesome condition, growing beautifully

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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R
R.G.G. (Nebraska)
Thriving May Night!

Great garden plants is my absolute go to for excellent plants

K
K.i.t.P.N. (Washington)
Beautiful plant!

My "May Night" Salvia smelled great as soon as I opened the box. The leaves had an incredible fragrance. I replanted it in a medium sized pot, gave it lots of fresh potting soil and put it in a sunny spot. It took a few weeks, but now I have twelve stunning bloom clusters in a gorgeous purple! From other reviews I know to expect these to get much bigger. I will either find a bigger pot or find a spot for them in the yard. since I read that they stay warmer over winter if they're in the ground. I might cover them with fabric during later Winter/early Spring, when we get the occasional ice snap. Thanks for shipping this plant with care. I will shop with you again!

C
C.T. (Wisconsin)
May Night Salvia

I bought 12 of these May Night Salvia in Spring of 2020. We are in Wisconsin, Zone 5b if that helps you. Planted them and they all did splendidly! This year, they are growing beautifully, but was surprised at how large they got. Description says they will grow 18 inches tall and wide, but mine are much larger! I would say they are at LEAST 2 feet tall standing loud and proud! The bright purple flowers stand straight up and are gorgeous, especially in the sunlight! Definitely eye catching. I don’t know why mine grew so big; I must have some very fertile soil. I planted them in front of a row of Sonic Bloom Red Reblooming Weigela shrubs, so I hope the Salvia doesn’t grow as tall as the Weigela shrubs! I know the Weigelas should be 4-5 feet tall eventually. I wanted them to be a colorful backdrop for the Salvia. I have the Salvia staggered with Oso Easy Peasy Roses. They are a bright pink and look so pretty with the purple Salvia plant. They are just loaded too with buds about to burst open!

J
J.B. (Virginia)
Beautiful plants

Ordered 6 and they were in awesome condition, growing beautifully