2021 End of Season Sale
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This is your last chance to stock up for fall planting.  Our benches are sparsely populated, but the plants we have are prime and ready for your garden.  And to make it even more appealing, we are discounting all remaining stock by 40%.

October 30th will be the last day for plant purchases and the following week will be the final shipping date for the year.  

Here is the list of what remains in stock:  Available now

Mr. Sage

The genus Salvia is our specialty, and we have the largest selection in the United States. We currently offer Salvia species, hybrids and varieties - along with numerous outstanding hummingbird, butterfly and bee plants. Our focus is on plants for pollinators.

Each and every one has been extensively tested & evaluated before we list them here. We're proud of the quality of what we grow, and Unconditionally Guarantee your complete satisfaction with everything we sell.

Read about our safety measures for the novel coronavirus here. We're continuing to produce and ship plants and will be doing so for the foreseeable future. Thank you all for your support during these difficult times.


Due to a much larger demand than we had anticipated, many of our plants are currently out of stock. We're growing new stock of the most popular varieties, and will make these avaliable as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience!


The exciting new Cuphea hybrids from Australia, Hummingbird's Lunch and Blackberry Sparkler are now in stock!

Read what our customers say about our service, quality and selection.

Fall planting time is approaching!

Most perennial and woody Salvias thrive when planted in autumn. The season's warm soil speeds root growth unlike the cool soil of early spring. Furthermore, sages put lots of energy into foliage instead of root development in spring. Fall planting allows plants to develop strong root systems that prepare them for the demands of rapid foliar growth and flowering next spring.
Look for this icon: for plants that are superior for fall planting.
Now booking shipping dates through September - order now for delivery at the perfect time for your climate.
Visit our Fall Planting Headquarters Page
Ask Mr Sage is one of the most popular categories in our Everything Salvias blog. Here are a few of the latest posts:
Ask Mr. Sage: Where Can You Grow Agastache?:

Hummingbirds love Agastache. Mr. Sage explains that just because one kind of Agastache is wrong for your climate, it doesn't mean they all are and that the genus is native to most of the...

Ask Mr. Sage: Why Didn't My Fall Blooming Salvia Flower?:

When growing Salvias that begin blooming in fall, Mr. Sage says it's important to know when first frost likely will occur in your area. Ask Mr. Sage is a regular feature of the FBTS...

Ask Mr. Sage: How to Place Advance Orders with FBTS:

What is Advance ordering at Flowers by the Sea Online Nursery? It's a program for ordering plants and selecting specific shipping dates well before planting time. Mr. Sage answers...

Ask Mr. Sage: How Many Plants Fit in an FBTS Shipping Box?:

How many Salvias can fit in a shipping box from Flowers by the Sea Online Nursery? Ask Mr. Sage is a column answering customer questions in the FBTS Everything Salvias Blog. Read more about...

Ask Mr. Sage: What Size Pot Is Best for Transplanting Sages?:

After your Salvias from Flowers by the Sea arrive, what size pots should you transplant them in for your container garden? The answer depends on the kind of sages you need to transplant. Ask Mr....

Ask Mr. Sage: Why Don't You Grow this New Salvia?:

Plant developers introduce dozens of new Salvia varieties yearly. Flowers by the Sea Farm & Online Nursery selects the best following a careful trialing process. Learn more at Ask...