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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)
Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
'Blue Hill' Meadow Sage boasts striking, lilac-blue blooms and wonderfully fragrant foliage. A compact sage that works beautifully in border plantings and containers, 'Blue Hill' is both deer and rabbit resistant and tolerates dry, hot weather like a pro. Best in full sun. (Salvia nemorosa)
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 spent flowers can help this plant to produce more lateral buds. Salvias will benefit from drying out between deep,…
Per Plant - 2" Pot
…brings drought resistant color to the summer and fall garden, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies in droves. Tall flowering spikes rise above foliage, mixing well in the border or sunny naturalistic setting. Rarely touched by deer, this one is a great choice for poor soils. (Salvia microphylla)
Vivid Blue Sage is perennial in warm zones, but an annual in cold areas. To 2 ft. Perennial.
Per 1/4 Pound
…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 blooms that last throughout the season. A true heat lover, its color will remain vibrant even in full sun. (Salvia nemorosa)
…stand atop tall stems, calling pollinators from miles around. Gardeners delight in how easy this salvia grows – a graceful open habit, quick growth, and majestic size are just a few of its charms. Blooms earlier and over a long season. Improved winter hardiness. (Salvia darcyi x microphylla PWIN02S)
…of yellow-tipped petals deepening to lush apricot make it a perfect addition to a perennial bed or garden. Its compact size and non-stop blooms harmonize beautifully with the many purples of summer. Planted with Lavender, Salvia, or Catmint, this water-thrifty perennial is a perfect fit. (Gallardia)
The Hot and Dry Container Collection inlcudes three gorgeous, color-coordinated perennials that are perfect for full sun areas. 'Karley Rose' fountain grass delivers feathery, rose-colored plumes that pair nicely with the deep violet spires of 'May Night' Meadow Sage and the bright and cheerful…
Salvia Sensation Rose is a compact perennial that produces spiky pink flowers. This beauty blooms in summer and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Saliva is deer resistant and is an excellent cut flower. (Sage)
Flaming red spikes make this one a hummingbird favorite. Southern native, used as annual elsewhere. Perennial.
…flower size. Bright and showy indigo blooms are some of the biggest to appear on any sage, yet the overall size of this compact plant makes it perfect for borders, containers, or coaxing into a groundcover. Highly attractive to pollinators but unappealing to deer and rabbits. PPAF (Salvia nemorosa)
Sage Snow Hill blooms a little shorter than May Night, creating spectacular contrast with blue or red. (Salvia nemorosa)
The only bi-color Salvia variety available, Silvertone is a true knockout in the summer garden with deep blue and silver flower spikes. This easy-to-grow perennial thrives in heat and has a nice, compact growing habit. PP# 23310 (Salvia nemorosa)