Salvia cadmica (Wand Sage) Whorls of deep violet blossoms are cupped by dark bracts on the flower spikes of this mid-height herbaceous sage from Turkey. Its foliage is thick, corrugated and fragrant. This plant is lovely and hardy, so it is surprising that it wasn’t introduced to commercial cultivation until 2007. Our price: $7.00
Salvia canescens var. daghestanica (Caucasus Sage) This hardy ground cover sage grows 4 to 12 inches tall and 12 inches wide. The velvety white fur of its foliage aids moisture retention. Its soft, royal purple flowers make it stand out. We think this Salvia deserves to spread far and wide. Our price: $7.00
Salvia coahuilensis (Coahuila Sage) Such a pretty little shrub! Its beet-purple flowers will amaze you from June until autumn frost. Coahuilla Sage is an ideal ground cover or sunny border plant at 24 inches tall and wide. Small, shiny, deep green leaves clothe this densely branched, mounding sage. Our price: $7.00
Salvia hians (Himalayan Sage or Kashmir Sage) The word "hians" in Salvia hians means "gaping" and refers to the hanging lip of this sage's flowers, which are a dusky violet and bloom from late spring through early fall.
Our price: $9.50
Salvia hierosolymitana (Jerusalem Sage) This lovely herbaceous perennial is native to Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and the West Bank. Its clear pink flowers change at times to a pink highlighted with violet lines and dots. Prominent glandular hairs on the buds, bracts and floral stems exude a fragrance that is delightful on a warm day. Our price: $7.00
Salvia kellermanii (Kellerman's Sage) Rare in the United States, this wooly leafed, upright shrub comes from Southern Mexico and Guatemala. Mid-size, powder-blue flowers bloom on its long, airy stems from summer through winter in mild climates. It's lovely in mixed, drought-resistant plantings. Our price: $7.50
Salvia microphylla 'Orange Door' (Big Orange Mountain Sage) Big color in a big plant. This Mountain Sage variety has the clearest orange color you can imagine, a perfect accent among yellows and blues. Collected in the mountains of Northern Mexico, it grows well in a wide range of climates, including the hot dry Southwest and the cool moist Pacific Northwest. A difficult color to capture in a photo, it is well described as a clear persimmon orange that is darker in the cool Spring & Fall..
Our price: $7.50
Salvia pomifera (Fruit Sage) Taking its common name from the small round galls that develop from the activity of a small fly native to the dry slopes of Crete, this drought loving Sage is as tough as they come. The spectacular 1 inch powder blue flowers with deep rosy bracts cover the plant in the Summer, nicely accented by the highly fragrant grey-green leaves. Our price: $7.50
Salvia recognita (Turkish Cliff Sage) Spring into early summer, Turkish Cliff Sage produces erect, branching flower spikes 24 to 36 inches long that rise from basal foliage. They’re covered with whorls of pale pink blossoms with delicate white markings. Our price: $8.00
Salvia reflexa (Rocky Mountain Sage) Rocky Mountain Sage is so ubiquitous in the lower 48 states and in Canada that it is difficult to determine where it is native versus being introduced. This is a hardy, adaptable plant has pale blue flowers that bloom in summer and are surrounded by bright green bracts and lance-shaped leaves. Our price: $7.00
Salvia regeliana (The Queen's Sage) From the mountains of Turkey comes this very impressive hardy perennial Sage. Growing quickly into a large & impressive clump. it features tall. branched flower spikes with light electric blue flowers over a very long season. The foliage is attractive as well, making this an easy pick. Our price: $7.50
Salvia ringens (Mount Olympus Sage) Although this exceptional Sage is found in several locations in mountainous Southeastern Europe, it's center of distribution is the famed home of the Gods, the summit of Mount Olympus. Our price: $9.50
Salvia somalensis (Somalian Mountain Sage) From high elevation forests in Somalia comes this truly unique Sage. Very large powder blue flowers are profuse and long lasting, making it a focal point in any garden. But the foliage is nothing short of spectacular - furry textured 4 inch leaves curl back gracefully, giving this plant a most graceful appearance.
Our price: $7.00
Salvia transsylvanica (Romanian Sage) This hardy herbaceous perennial features rich violet flowers in large whorls atop tall, branched spikes. A great selection for the mixed border, it should be placed where one can enjoy the beautiful dark yellow-green, prominently textured leaves. Our price: $7.00
Salvia verticillata (Lilac Sage) Read all you will about the superiority of the variety 'Purple Rain', but we like our own home-grown seed strain better. This is one of the most rewarding and reliable of the herbaceous perennial sages. Super-abundant flowers over a very long flowering period, anyone? Our price: $6.50
Salvia villosa (Hairy Sage) A small but not delicate Sage from high elevations in San Luis Potosi, Mexico and an ideal plant for dry rock gardens or for close-up viewing. The hairy gray leaves on shiny, wiry stems frame 1/2 inch powder blue flowers with white bee lines in the throat. Drought tolerant and unhappy with moist Winters, this one is ideal for dry climates. Our price: $9.00
Salvia thymoides (Thyme Leaf Sage) This is a gem! Tiny leaves, the size of the herb Thyme, are white wooly and dense on this small, well branched sub-shrub. The effect is almost white, which nicely displays the small cerulean blue flowers that have two prominent bee lines. This is a plant to see up close, in a container or rock garden. Our price: $7.50