Our privacy policy has been updated. You will find more information about the measures, the personal data, the reasons and the way in which we process your personal data in our privacy statement.

myGarden.org
  • Black and Bloom Salvia watering

    • From begin January to end December     Once

      Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

  • Black and Bloom Salvia dividing

    • From begin March to end April     Once

      Large clumps may be divided in early spring before new leaves begin to appear.

  • Black and Bloom Salvia fertilising

    • From mid March to mid July     Once

      Apply a balanced slow-release each spring and summer

  • Black and Bloom Salvia cutting

    • From begin June to mid August     Once

      Ripening summer cuttings may be propogated.

  • Black and Bloom Salvia flowering

    • From begin July to begin November

      Flowering occurs between mid summer to mid fall. Deadheading will prolong the bloom time.  Hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees devour their delicious nectar. 

      The fragrant foliage grows quickly to form a large, upright clump, but can be kept smaller by trimming it back in late spring.  This plant grows larger and is perennial in warmer climates, but it should be treated as a reseeding annual in the north