Salvia April Night

Salvia ‘April Night’

June 5, 2022
Adams Fairacre Farms

Color up your garden and patio a month earlier with Salvia ‘April Night’. Not only does it bloom a month earlier than the iconic Salvia ‘May Night’, but it also blooms on a plant that is denser with much stronger stems. Just because it blooms early, ‘April Night’ will not fade away as it continues to flash its deep blue flower spikes right into early June. Very sturdy stems hold a multitude of blue-purple flower spikes, with exceptional flower power from May to July. Ideal for borders or mass plantings. Attracts hummingbirds. Good cut flowers. Sturdy stems.

Optimal Growing Conditions

Hardiness Zone
Zones 5-8

Soil Moisture
Drought tolerant once established

Appearance and Characteristics


Flower Color
A multitude of blue-purple flower spikes

Blooming Time
May to July

12-14 Inches

10-12 Inches

Plant Uses & Characteristics
Exceptional flower power
Great for borders or mass plantings
Attracts hummingbirds
Good cut flowers