VIOLET RIOT SAGE
This salvia is well-behaved. A uniform, round clump of deep green foliage forms in spring and is shortly after, ablaze with intense, violet-blue flower spikes. Flowers are long blooming and dense through the plant. Pollinators will be drawn to this beauty, but deer and rabbits are not fans. Drought tolerant once established, but blooms better with moisture. Cut back after flowering to promote rebloom later in summer.