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Over 110 choices for fast color, such as poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, zinnia, and many more.
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With two-toned flowers in deep red and white, ‘Hot Lips’ Sage brings drought resistant color to the summer and fall garden, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies in droves. Tal...
May Night is the top signature Salvia, with famous deep blue/purple blooms. A big favorite. Perennial plant of the year in 1997. (Salvia nemorosa)...
'Caradonna' is a striking bi-color sage with deep, purple-black stems that highlight its vivid blue flower spikes. Attracts beautiful hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden with ...
Salvia Marcus is a true dwarf, growing only to be 8-12” tall. Although small in stature this Salvia produces plentiful, dense blooms and is extremely easy to grow. Deadheading any ...
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.