Salvia karwinskii 1 litre pot
This is an upright, but slightly bushy form with good-sized flowers of a nice, deep salmon-red, like a really good ripe watermelon. Large, grey-green, furry leaves. Flowering occurs sporadically from early spring right through until autumn, depending on moisture levels. It is drought tolerant, but tends to look a bit sad during really dry spells, then takes off again after rain. Prune by about ½ after flowering to maintain shape, taking out the woodiest stems. 1.5-2m H x 1m W. 1 litre pot.