This Salvia is found on the island of Sardinia. Quite similar to other European and Middle-Eastern species, this has large, pale green leaves which form a considerable clump. The foliage is strongly-scented, pleasant if somewhat pungent. Tall flower spikes appear in spring, and dead-heading will encourage more flowers later in the year. The large flowers are creamy-white with a hint of blue. It can grow to 4 ft. x 4 ft. and should prove to be quite hardy in the UK, though seeds are freely produced. A sunny spot should be ideal.