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Salvias by Use

Salvias by Use

Grouping sages by garden uses is helpful. At times, every gardener needs to find a plant that is just right for a particular purpose in the yard. This may involve controlling weeds by planting large areas with groundcovers, dressing up entryways with showy foliage or edging pathways with the soft foliage of herbaceous perennials.

Great Foliage
Great Foliage
88 products

Groundcover
Groundcover
95 products

Herbaceous Perennials
Herbaceous Perennials
255 products

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Inventory Levels to Increase

We're increasing inventory for all these favorites and will have plenty available for ordering closer to the growing season. Need to plant in April or May? We'll be ready for you.

  • Salvia greggii 'Black Cherry'

    (Black Cherry Autumn Sage) Ripe Bing cherries come to mind when viewing the rich purple flowers of this full-sun sage that is adaptable to partial shade. Butterflies, honeybees and hummingbirds are drawn to its blossoms from spring into fall.

    $8.50
     

  • Salvia greggii 'Elk Pomegranate'

    (Elk Pomegranate Autumn Sage) We're proud to say that this is an FBTS cultivar. It is one of the finest dark flowered, compact Autumn Sage varieties we have seen. Its extraordinarily large, raspberry blossoms bloom from spring into fall.

    $8.50
     

  • Salvia greggii 'Radio Red'

    (Radio Red Autumn Sage) Dark calyxes support true red blossoms in Salvia greggii 'Radio Red', a 2015 introduction from the Darwin Perennials division of Ball Seed. Its tiny, smooth, elliptical leaves form a light, airy backdrop for the dramatic flowers.

    $8.50
     


    This plant can now be ordered
    Preorder yours today, and your plants will be reserved for your selected shipping date.

    Due in stock and ready to ship on April 15, 2015



Inventory Levels to Increase

We're increasing inventory for all these favorites and will have plenty available for ordering closer to the growing season. Need to plant in April or May? We'll be ready for you.


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Really charming plant. It even does okay in full sun, if you keep it in a wet spot. It survived a particularly intense California summer like that, and even bloomed again as Summer cooled down. The foliage is so pleasantly lush in color and tex...
Brandon the Herb Guy
Nov 3, 2014