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Salvias are long blooming, easy to grow, heat and drought tolerant perennials which can be spectacular. Hummingbirds love their flowers and they are excellent for cutting.
Intense, rich violet-blue (the deepest blue available from a seed grown salvia), long-lasting flowers on compact, well-branched, heavy blooming, heat tolerant, 10-12 inch tall plants. Blooms the first season when started early. Winter hardy to zone 5. A Fleuroselect Approved Novelty.
Rich, rose (the deepest rose we have seen from a seed grown salvia), long-lasting flowers on compact, well-branched, heavy blooming, heat tolerant, 10-12 inch high plants. Blooms the first year when started early. Winter hardy to zone 5. A Fleuroselect Approved Novelty.
The rich rose and blue flowers of the New Dimension Series have been formulated into an outstanding mix. The 10-12 inch tall plants are heavy blooming over a long period, heat tolerant, and easy to grow. Will bloom the first year when started early. Winter hardy to zone 5.
Blooming from May to August, this easy to grow, heat and drought tolerant perennial produces brilliant bright rose flowers than can be spectacular. Hummingbirds love them and they are excellent for cutting. Grows 18-24 inches tall.
This compact 16 inch tall, first year blooming selection produces a wealth of spectacular deep violet-blue flowers from May-June through September. Hummingbirds love them! Easy to grow, they are heat tolerant, drought tolerant and winter hardy to zone 4. 'Merleau Blue' is an outstanding performer for both borders and containers. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal winner.
A hardy, heavy blooming first year flowering 3 foot tall perennial which freely produces tremendous spikes of non-fading sky-blue flowers from June to September. They are excellent for cutting. The widely adapted plants need plenty of sun and little water once established. Winter hardy to zone 3.
Compact, well branched, 12-15 inch tall plants topped in red, tubular flowers from June to September of the first year. Plants supply long-lasting brilliant color when massed, are a great choice to edge mixed borders, and will grow easily in containers. Tolerates more shade than other Salvias. A winter hardy perennial to zone 7, can be grown as an annual in all zones.
Named Cedar Sage for the Texas cedar thickets in which it was found. Introduced in 1852, Cedar Sage quickly became a cottage garden favorite.
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 21-30 days. Transplant into the garden 18 inches apart.