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2024 Seed Catalog

Salvia Seeds

a.k.a. Scarlet Sage, Mealy-cup Sage

Salvia coccinea, S. farinacea, S. splendens, S. longispicata x farinacea

How to plant Salvia seeds

Mojave Series

Salvia splendens

Big, showy spikes of tubular flowers surrounded by colorful bracts begin to bloom early, continuing well into the fall. Hummingbirds and pollinating insects adore Mojave salvias. Well-branched, 8-12 in. plants stay tidy and compact, and tolerate high heat, humidity and drought. Mojave salvias grow well in containers, along sunny walkways, or mass planted in garden beds.

Summer Jewel Series

Salvia coccinea

Neat and heavy blooming 20 in. tall plants produce spikes of brilliant white, red, or pastel pink flowers continuously from spring until fall. All flower colors are hummingbird magnets. Blooms 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.

Hummingbird Series

Salvia coccinea

Easy to grow bushy, 2-3 ft. tall, heavy-flowering plants produce brilliant trumpet flowers that hummingbirds love! They flower from spring through fall and show remarkable heat tolerance.

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How to Plant and Grow Salvia

Bee introduces how to plant

Sow salvia seeds 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 seedlings into the garden 12-18 in. apart.

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