Are you looking to add a splash of color to your garden while attracting pollinators? Look no further than the Rockin' series of Salvia. Known for their vibrant hues and hardy nature, these plants are a favorite among gardeners and landscape designers alike. Here’s why you should consider adding them to your garden.

Vibrant and Versatile

The Rockin' series of Salvia offers a variety of stunning flower colors, including deep blue, violet, and pink. These flowers are not only eye-catching but also bloom profusely, providing a continuous display of color throughout the growing season. Whether you’re looking to create a striking border, a vibrant container display, or a focal point in your garden bed, the Rockin' series has a variety to suit your needs.

Attract Pollinators

One of the standout features of the Rockin' series is its ability to attract pollinators. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds are irresistibly drawn to these flowers, making your garden a lively and dynamic space. By planting Rockin' Salvia, you’re not only enhancing the beauty of your garden but also supporting local pollinator populations.

Easy to Grow

Gardeners of all skill levels will appreciate the ease with which Rockin' Salvia can be grown. These plants thrive in full sun and well-drained soil. They are drought-tolerant once established, making them a low-maintenance option for busy gardeners. Regular deadheading will encourage even more blooms, but even without it, these plants perform exceptionally well.

Rockin' Varieties

Here are standout varieties from the Rockin' series that we have this summer:

  • Rockin' Deep Purple: This variety features rich, dark purple flowers that add depth and drama to any garden setting.
  • Rockin' Fuchsia: With bright, fuchsia-colored blooms, this variety is perfect for creating a vibrant and cheerful garden display.


Tips for Success

To get the most out of your Rockin' Salvia plants, follow these simple tips:

  1. Planting: Choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Space plants adequately to allow for air circulation.
  2. Watering: Water regularly until established, then reduce frequency. Rockin' Salvia is drought-tolerant but benefits from occasional watering during dry spells.
  3. Feeding: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and prolific blooming.
  4. Pruning: Deadhead spent blooms to encourage new flowers. In late fall, cut back plants to maintain a tidy appearance.

Salvia is a fantastic addition to any garden. In addition to the Rockin’ salvia, we have Victoria blue and Grandstand Red Lipstick Pink. With their vibrant colors, pollinator-friendly nature, and easy-care requirements, these plants are sure to become a staple in your gardening repertoire. There’s so much summer left and so much beauty yet to enjoy!

(This article was written with the help of AI)