Salvia Caradonna Pink Inspiration

Salvia Caradonna Pink Inspiration by Fairweathers - credit: Richard Loader
Salvia Caradonna Pink Inspiration by Fairweathers - credit: Richard Loader

This is a pink version of ‘Caradonna’ which produces spikes of pink flowers that contrast dramatically with its black-purple stems.

Salvia Caradonna has been one of the top selling garden plants for the past few years and a firm favour in the Chelsea Flower show gardens planting. Fairweather's is happy to add a pink version to sit alongside it.

Found in the UK, it has the same habit and striking features as Salvia Caradonna but is a Pink form.

Key points

  • Lovely Pink flowers
  • Dark-purple stems
  • Re flowering
  • Great garden and pot plant
  • Good height - 40cm

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