Salvia coccinea, S. patens, S. farinacea, S. splendens
12 Salvia Seed Varieties:
SCARLET SAGE SEEDS| Summer Jewel Series | Hummingbird Series
GENTIAN SAGE SEEDS|
Patio Deep Blue
MEALY-CUP SAGE SEEDS|
SALVIA SPLENDENS SEEDS|
How to plant Salvia seeds
SCARLET SAGE SEEDS
SUMMER JEWEL SERIES Salvia Seeds
Neat, heavy blooming, 20 inch tall plants produce spikes of brilliant white, red, or pastel pink flowers, continuously from spring until fall. All colors are hummingbird magnets. Flowers appear two weeks earlier, and hold better in wind and rain, than other salvias of this type. Flowering begins in as little as 50 days from seed. 'Summer Jewel' salvias produce highly uniform plants, which are excellent in containers, beds, or mixed borders.
SUMMER JEWEL WHITE Salvia Seeds
'Summer Jewel White' blooms two weeks earlier than other white salvias of this type, with the compact growing, heavy blooming, hummingbird attracting qualities typical of this extraordinary series. 2015 AAS Bedding Plant Award Winner.
SUMMER JEWEL RED Salvia Seeds
Brilliant red flowers nourish hummingbirds for many months. A 2011 All-America Selections Winner.
SUMMER JEWEL PINK Salvia Seeds
Nectar rich, pastel pink flowers are hummingbird magnets. A 2012 All-America Selections Winner.
HUMMINGBIRD SERIES Salvia Seeds
Easy to grow bushy, 2-3 foot tall, heavy flowering plants produce brilliant trumpet flowers that hummingbirds love! They flower from spring through fall and show remarkable heat tolerance.
HUMMINGBIRD FOREST FIRE Salvia Seeds
Brilliant red flowers with dark sepals. 'Forest Fire' is an improved version of 'Lady in Red,' with darker stems and richer flower color.
GENTIAN SAGE SEEDS
- Produce brilliant gentian blue hooded blooms in summer and fall.
- Spreads slowly by tuberous roots. Can be dug and stored over winter.
- Easy to grow perennial to zone 8. Grow as an annual everywhere.
Patio Deep Blue|
PATIO DEEP BLUE Salvia Seeds
Compact, base branching, 1 foot tall plants flower within 12-14 weeks of sowing, produce deep blue flowers all summer and into fall. An outstanding performer, with uniformity comparable to the best cutting grown varieties.
BLUE ANGEL Salvia Seeds
Produces brilliant gentian blue hooded blooms on 6-15 inch spikes over a long summer and fall season. Grows 24-36 inches tall.
MEALY-CUP SAGE SEEDS
Fast-growing butterfly magnets. Plants flower from late spring until frost.
- Thrives in heat and humidity, tolerates drought, and is virtually pest free.
- 14-18 inch tall plants stunning when massed. Excellent in containers. Will provide bucket-loads of cut flowers, fresh or dried.
FAIRY QUEEN Mealy-Cup Sage Seeds
Extraordinarily heavy flowering, neat, bushy plants produce extra long, 10 inch spikes of rich, dark blue and white bicolor flowers.
EVOLUTION Mealy-Cup Sage Seeds
'Evolution' produces loads of long, dense flower spikes of rich, deep violet-purple on compact, bushy, branching, heavy blooming plants. Many horticulturists consider this to be the best Mealy-Cup sage.
STRATA Mealy-Cup Sage Seeds
A unique bicolor, long silver spikes carry blue and white flowers.
SALVIA SPLENDENS SEEDS
SIZZLER MIX Salvia Seeds
This 12-14 inch tall, early blooming, easy to grow salvia delivers a torrid mix of color all summer long. Great in containers, 'Sizzler Mix' is absolutely stunning massed in beds or borders.
How to Plant Salvia Seeds
- Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover.
- Needs light to germinate.
- Kept at 75°F., germination is in 14-21 days.
- Transplant into the garden 12-18 inches apart.