Volumes 1 and 2. Compact booklets, an informative guide to growing and looking after Salvias.
Salvias by Christine Yeo - Volumes 1 & 2. Salvias by Christine Yeo - Volumes 1 & 2. Limited Addition. h/christine yeo salvias volume 1 and 2. Availability: In stock. Volumes 1 and 2. Produced using observations over a period of 16 years.
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Find help & information on Salvia 'Christine Yeo' salvia 'Christine Yeo' from the RH. Details 'Christine Yeo' is a compact perennial forming a substantial clump of erect stems bearing small, aromatic leaves and terminal spikes of purple flowers from late spring to early autumn.
Sage 'Christine Yeo', Salvia greggii 'Christine Yeo', Autumn sage 'Christine Yeo'. Salvia 'Christine Yeo' is: Semi evergreen.
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Salvia ‘Christine’s Surprise’Botanical Name . Salvia ‘Christine’s Surprise’ is of Mexican origin and does well in temperate to sub-tropical climates. The salvia called Christine Yeo, has a purple flower and is distinct from ‘Christine’s Surprise.
Salvia ‘Christine’s Surprise’Botanical Name: Salvia microphylla 'Christines Surprise'Salvia microphylla ‘Christine’s Surprise’ is an evergreen perennial growing from 60cm to 1 meter high, with a similar width. It is not cold or drought tolerant and will probably not do well in coastal areas unless the soil is enriched and shelter from wind provided. The salvia family has over 900 members with an extensive history as culinary, medicinal and ornamental plants.
Salvia 'Christine Yeo' in the Salvias Database. I found this tucked away in the back of a group of perennials. I fell in love with it instantly. It has made itself at home with my raspberries and clover keeping it company.
It originates from the garden of Christine Yeo in Devon.
Plant it in sun, with well-drained soil, and do not prune it until spring. On Mar 21, 2008, distantkin from Saint Cloud, MN (Zone 4b) wrote: This Salvia is a hybrid of S. microphylla and S. chamaedryoides. It originates from the garden of Christine Yeo in Devon. The flowers are various shades of purple.