Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' (Salvia microphylla 'Angel Wings') Herb in 1 Litre Pot
Mountain Sage 'Trellisick' has beautiful two-toned pink flowers which are slightly frilly around the edges on long flower stems over aromatic stiff, green foliage. Flowering from spring through to early autumn. Mountain sage, is a frost hardy perennial, growing up to 80cm tall, along with all the Salvia microphylla varieties it originated in the mountain regions of Central America, and thus prefers warmer climates than we traditionally experience in the UK. However, Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' like its counterpart Blackcurrant Sage, can still thrive here if given protection from cold and excessive wet in the winter.
Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' will flower from spring through to early autumn, and although Frost Hardy it may be a good idea to take cuttings if you live in the far North in case of a a severe winter. As with all Salvia's it has aromatic green leaves but in the Microphylla species or mountain sage. or baby sage, as it is commonly known these are smaller than in the common sage. A great addition to the garden Salvia 'Angel Wings' prefers a sunny spot flourishing in a well drained border or in a large pot.
The Ideal time for cutting back flowering shrub sages, is the spring once new growth can be seen from the base and risk of frost has past. Cut up to half the plant back shaping as needed. If Sages are becoming leggy then a light summer cut may be required to encourage flowers and new growth. Dead heading the old flowers will encourage new flowers all season.
Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' is a delightful plant for the garden and herb border.
Sage has been used for centuries as a culinary herb, Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' is grown as a perennial herb plant primarily for its flowers, which are highly attractive to bees and butterflies. However, the leaves and flowers can be used to flavour food and drinks
Buy Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' Online
Our potted Mountain Sage 'Angel Wings' herb plants are generally available to buy online between May and September, plant out once risk of frost has past.