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Sep 8, 2019 4:39 PM CST
My question is...I grow the blue /black perennial salvia really well
in morning sun and some aft shade in my flower garden.
I also can grow Blue Ensign salvia well.
Both take the high humidity here and high heat and like to be watered
deeply once a week.
Which ones do well in 3/4 sun with aft shade no west sun
and grow well in high humidity and heat...
in zone 8..south east alabama… It has been 92- 99 many days this summer
would love something like Wendys wish..salvia
but that died here when it dropped to 20 degrees a few nights ...rare to drop that low but it does happen once a year...
and always high humidity here.
Sep 10, 2019 11:54 PM CST
I mainly grow salvias and other plants in containers here.
"Which ones do well in 3/4 sun with aft shade no west sun
and grow well in high humidity and heat..."
The salvia coccinea varieties do well for me. I make sure they get a deep watering and make sure they don't dry out.
Have you grow Amistad before? I make sure it gets a deep watering and make sure it doesn't dry out. A great salvia to grow.
It's too late here to think about other plants.....
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