A lovely plant of unknown origin, with blooms of almost pure white, tinged with a hint of pink. One of the parents is probably Salvia leucantha. Blooms from mid summer on, especially with some deadheading. This Salvia has a soft, elegant fountain-like appearance. We have found it to be a very good hummingbird plant, even though it isn't the first color they would be attracted to.
Plant in full sun or a little shade, and prune back to 1 ft from the ground in early spring.