dyzzypyxxy said:I love this one as well, and have planted it again and again - because sadly it rarely makes it through our hot, wet summers! It should be perennial here, and last at least 3 years, but so far it's been an annual for me.
Maybe I can find a sunny spot under an overhang for it? Or try it in a big container that I can move under cover when it pours?
pirl said:Thanks, Marilyn.
@dave May I ask what your top five salvias are?
dyzzypyxxy said:Last time, it was getting shaded later in the afternoons by the lychee tree, but the sun in that location is really brutal. Maybe I just need to plant it closer together in the ground so they will drink up the sudden downpours. Our soil is very sandy and well-drained.