I don’t have much else to say except that it is a wild sage with spikes of big, blue flowers! Easily equals many selected cultivars on the market. It will form a clump 1-1.2 m high and so it is best placed towards the back of the flower border. It can also be used as a cut flower.
It looks great sprinkled around a flowering meadow, like we found it in the Carpathians, and don’t forget that all sages are invaluable for bees and butterflies!
Germination: easy, sow in the spring. If started early it may flower in the first year.