Big, bold and beautiful, Salvia ‘Phyllis Fancy’ was first discovered at the UC-Santa Cruz Arboretum and named for Phyllis Norris. Thought to be a hybrid of S. leucantha and maybe S. chiapensis, she’s a vigorous grower. Blooms begin in Fall and keep going until the first frost, making it a choice plant for late season color. Stunning, 1’ long, wand like flower spikes are covered with fuzzy, soft lavender white flowers, sheathed in inky blue bracts that bees, butterflies and hummingbirds can’t resist. Soil wise it’s not fussy, as long as drainage is good. Prune back to 2’ after flowering, to shape and control size. To 4’ x 4’.