Salvia pratensis 'Rose Rhapsody' Meadow Clary Sage



Salvia pratensis 'Rose Rhapsody' produces dense flower spikes of hooded flowers in shades of pink over crinkled, coarse foliage. 'Rose Rhapsody' is a heavy flowering variety that will reliably rebloom all season, if deadheaded. It makes a nice cut flower. Also known as Meadow Clary Sage, Salvia pratensis is evergreen in warmer areas. Plants may self sow. This perennial is usually deer resistant.

Salvia pratensis 'Rose Rhapsody' prefers full sun and moist to average, well-drained soil. It is drought tolerant once established.


  • Common Names: Meadow Clary Sage
  • Zones: 3-9
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun to Light Shade
  • Soil Preference: Prefers moist, well-drained soil
  • Height at Maturity: 18-24
  • Width at Maturity: 18
  • Bloom Color: Pink
  • Bloom Time: Early summer to midfall

Special Features

  • Attracts: Butterflies. Hummingbirds.
  • Tolerates:
  • Other Features: Cut Flower.

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