At one of my larger commercial places i did a big flower display this year throughout the complex. by the main sign i used three diffferent tears with red saliva at the top, then yellow marigolds with blue ageratums on the bottom. then under a shaded car port type entrance went with begonias. all the flowers look sensational except for the salvia. they looked absolutely breathtaking for about 2 weeks and now all the salvia has shriveled up and is almost dead. i know its getting water but was wondering if maybe too much water would cause this? this place waters in the morning, and at night which may tell me the salvia doesnt like being wet all night? the marigolds and ageratums look fine, but no matter what part of the property i had the saliva on, it looks dead. i did some research and salvia seemed to be able to take full sun. got any ideas? im just gonna rip out the saliva and put 25 new flats in.....but just wondering if you have any input?