Attract a Crowd of Hummingbirds to Playin’ the Blues Salvia 

Playing the Blues salvia will fill the stands with pollinators. Soon after planting, its purple-blue blossoms attract hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies until the first hard frost.  

The plant is very useful for gardening. It has sterile blooms and deer-resistant scented foliage. No deadheading required.  

A great container plant for a patio or balcony is Playin' the Blues. This salvia gives you the opportunity to see the natural world up close and personal.

Playin' the Blues is a simple annual blue salvia plant with many benefit for gardeners. It grows to 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide in full to part sun.   

Its glossy green leaves are lovely once the petals fade. For best flowering, growers recommend watering and fertilizing regularly.  

Not every Rockin' Series salvia is Playin' the Blues. If you want another garden hue, you're lucky. Also available: Fuschia, Deep Purple, and Blue Suede Shoes.  

This series' plants attract hummingbirds and bees, are easy to care, and withstand harsh weather.  

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