Salvia 'Fuji Snow'

Available Spring 2024
Size

Description

Salvia 'Fuji Snow' forms attractive clumps of low-growing green foliage with contrasting white margins on each leaf. Stalks of soft cream flowers bloom in mid to late summer.

Commonly called "Variegated Japanese Sage", Salvia 'Fuji Snow' thrives in evenly moist soil and requires protection from the afternoon sun. It would be right at home in woodland gardens and container arrangements.

Botanical name: Salvia nipponica ‘Fuji Snow’

Characteristics

  • Common Names: Variegated Japanese Sage
  • Zones: 6-9
  • Light Requirements: Part Sun to Part Shade
  • Soil Preference: Moist, well-draining
  • Height at Maturity: 23 inches
  • Width at Maturity: 23 inches
  • Bloom Color: White/Cream
  • Bloom Time: Mid to late summer

Special Features

  • Attracts:
  • Tolerates: Rabbits.
  • Other Features: Container Plant.

Care and Growing Tips

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Shipping Info

 

All orders placed now will ship in Spring 2024 unless requested otherwise.

    • Zones 9&10: Starting March 25th
    • Zone 8: Starting April 1st
    • Zone 7: Starting April 8th
    • Zone 6: Starting April 22nd
    • Zone 5: Starting May 6th
    • Zones 4-2: Starting May 13th

If you live in a warm climate and wish to receive your plants during the winter, please send us an email. Please note that we may be unable to fulfill your request if temperatures are too cold for safe transit or if the plants are dormant.

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We ship via UPS & USPS (the Post Office), and their ship rates are automatically generated through our site. We do not profit on shipping costs. We are working with these providers to get our customers the best rates possible.

All ship times are subject to change if extreme weather conditions are present here at the nursery or at the shipping destination.

Please note: Depending on the time of year, the foliage of the plants may be trimmed to fit into our shipping boxes. This could delay the flowering of the plant, but many perennials actually benefit from being cut back.

We are currently not able to ship to Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and outside of the US.