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Salvia with yellow bird

'Sage' to many, these beauties add rich color and vertical form

Why Plant Salvia?

Heat-loving Salvias produce blooms in a wide range of color choices on upright spires. Their fragrant flowers and foliage attract many species of pollinators and also work to repel deer. Often called "Blue Sage," salvias like the favorite, 'May Night' have become major colormakers in perennial gardens from coast to coast.