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Buy Salvia

Buy Salvia

Buy Salvia

Salvia plants, commonly known as Sage, are long-blooming, deer resistant and easy to care for. Salvia are essential garden perennials for feeding honey bees and are a favorite of hummingbirds. What else could you possibly want? We offer a wide selection of native Salvias (Salvia greggii, Salvia arizonica, Salvia azurea and Salvia dorrii are just some of the varieties) as well as Old World varieties (Salvia sylvestris and Salvia nemorosa). Native western species and hybrids are best for hotter climates and lean, dry, well-drained soils.

Salvia

Salvia plants, commonly known as Sage, are long-blooming, deer resistant and easy to care for. Salvia are essential garden perennials for feeding honey bees and are a favorite of hummingbirds. What else could you possibly want? We offer a wide selection of native Salvias (Salvia greggii, Salvia arizonica, Salvia azurea and Salvia dorrii are just some of the varieties) as well as Old World varieties (Salvia sylvestris and Salvia nemorosa). Native western species and hybrids are best for hotter climates and lean, dry, well-drained soils. Exclusive. Salvia Ultra Violet is a great new cold-hardy Salvia greggii hybrid with showy violet-pink colored flowers. This Sage selection has demonstrated exceptional cold hardiness and blooms all season beginning in early summer. Salvia Ultra Violet thrives in full sun and heat. Drought resistant/drought tolerant perennial plant (xeric). A High Country Gardens introduction. Discovered in the garden of Lauren Springer Ogden.

‘Texas Violet’ Mealy Cup Sage (Salvia farinacea) is a potent purple powerhouse. Its tall spikes of cool indigo, violet, and blue interweave with its neighbors, completing a beautiful color palette, and making ‘Texas Violet’ a must-have garden addition. Picture the lightly fragrant flower spikes dancing in a summer’s breeze. Drought tolerant, it is a favorite of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. In colder zones, plant as an annual – it won’t disappoint!Salvia plants are very much of the moment, with gardeners now realising the potential of these long repeat blooming plants that can keep going well into autumn. A huge genus with an exciting number of new varieties appearing in the market right now, salvias are a must-have for any garden. We have trialled and tested what we believe to be the best to introduce to British gardeners. Salvia plants come in many colours and forms: annual, biennial, herbaceous perennial and woody subshrubs. All are fantastic plants for bees and butterflies and perform well in sun, shade, dry and moist conditions. (Source: www.sarahraven.com)

 

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