You can read the blog post PRUNING PERENNIAL SALVIAS that goes with this video here:
In this post, I share with how to prune woody & deciduous herbaceous Salvias.
Salvias are popular all over the world over. I’ve seen them growing in England, the Canary Islands, Mexico and in many different places here in the US. These plants are so versatile because they can comfortably fit into many styles of gardens from old fashioned cottage right up to modern simplistic. They grow well here in California where our Mediterranean climate suits them to a tee and they are loved because they have a long bloom time. Their non-thirsty ways just plain make sense given our lack of rainfall for the last 3 years.
I was a professional gardener in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 15 years. This is where I first learned all about perennial salvias. The nursery where I worked in Berkeley sold many different species and varieties of them. This post is all about sharing what I know about pruning the two most popular types of perennial salvias which you probably have in your own garden.
Here’s the link so you can read the rest of the post & get all my tips for Pruning Perennial Salvias:
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