Salvia ‘Scarlet Bicolour’ is an annual plant that grows up to 30 centimetres in height, with very unusual two-tone flowers that create long and fairly thick spikes. The flowers have a long, light form that protrudes from among its sepals. Also, Salvia ‘Scarlet Bicolour’ flowers contrast with each other in colour, which creates a unique and breathtaking decoration in gardens or flower beds, where the plant looks particularly gorgeous.
Growing: sow the seeds in planter boxes or in covered pallet planters in March. The seeds germinate in 14 to 20 days at 16-22°C. Prick the seedlings out when they have developed 1 to 2 pairs of leaves. Plant out to a permanent position in 25-30cm spacings in the second half of May. Grow the plant in fertile and fairly moist soils in sunny positions. Frequent fertilising and watering stimulates its growth.
Each packet contains 0.2g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 56 seeds (+/- 20%)