This bright variety of Perovskia is of a dense and upright habit and maintains its beautiful shape.
Its aromatic foliage is silvery grey-white and its robust stems have metallic highlights.
The slightly scented lavender blue flowers come out first in June-July. Pruning at the beginning of August allows a second, even denser flowering in September-October.
SILVER BLUE is resistant to drought and prefers a sunny spot, but tolerates half shade. It is to be used as a border or in pots.
Cut back the stems hard at the ground at the end of winter
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS