lynnnation Posts: 2
I planted some salvia seeds last year (I think it may have been salsa scalera) and they grew a little last summer and were overwintered in a sheltered area under a canopy. This summer they don't seem to have done much - see the photo of their size. I've had some in the greenhouse and some outside, all of a similar size now. I'm ready to plant them now but wanted to find out from someone if they are doing ok or whether it's not worth planting them in a bed cos they haven't done much? Or will they start flowering when I plant them out? Thanks in advance.
Were they Turkestanica, They should flower later. Lovely when the do, and the bees go mad for them.