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New Arrivals & Recently Back in Stock

Our latest introductions

We test every plant before we offer it for sale. Your success is our success. You can be confident that these new introductions are dependable garden plants." - Kermit Carter, General Manager


Change is constant in horticulture. Selecting the best new plants is daunting even in one genus, especially Salvia, which contains about 900 species of true sages worldwide. Our New Arrivals section showcases the latest sages and companions in our online catalog whether new to commercial horticulture or only to our gardens. Please contact us if you have questions or gardening experiences to share about these plants.

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(Wild Firecracker Plant) Hot orange, deep blackish purple and white tubular flowers bloom nonstop during the growing season on our variety of Firecracker Plant. This is the type you would expect to find in the mountains of southern Mexico. Hummingbirds adore it.

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(Roman Red Sage) This handsome, long blooming hybrid sage features a dramatic combination of scarlet flowers and deep rust-to-merlot calyxes. Deadheading spent blossoms prolongs bloom time.

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(Lilac Sage) We try not to brag too much, but this is our own variety of Salvia verticillata from home-grown seed, and we think it is spectacular. Butterflies and honeybees also are in love with this long-blooming perennial beauty.

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(Purple & Bloom Sage) Floriferous, dark-stemmed spikes of deep violet-purple blossoms surrounded by charcoal-purple bracts combined with dark green leaves shaped like elongated hearts make Salvia ‘Purple & Bloom’ dramatic. 

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(Skyscraper Dark Purple Sage) Hummingbirds love Salvia x ‘Skyscraper Dark Purple’, which is brand new for 2019, blooms bountifully in shade, and is outstanding as a container plant.

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(Queen Victoria Cardinal Flower) Calling all butterfly and hummingbird lovers in areas with chilly winters: This one's for you. Lobelias are well known for attracting pollinators. This one is extremely cold tolerant and even does well in the Rocky Mountain West.

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(Mexican Giant Hyssop) Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds love the nectar of this Agastache’s tubular blossoms that may range from hot pink to the reddish-purple of Sangria. They cluster in whorls on long flower spikes above mid-green, lance-shaped foliage that smells like lemons and is tasty in tea.

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(Yellow Butterfly Weed) Typically a gold-flowered species, this variety of Butterfly Weed produces flat-topped umbels of tiny, star-shaped flowers atop narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Bright yellow and nectar-rich, they bloom from summer into fall.
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(Eyelash-Leaved Cuphea) Bristly white foliage hairs give Cuphea blepharophylla the second part of its botanic name meaning “eyelash leaved.” It’s a Bat-Faced Cuphea with hot pink petal “ears” and a lavender “snout.”
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(Silver Horehound) Wooly white hairs on the underside of gray-green foliage help conserve moisture and give this drought resistant groundcover a silvery appearance.

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(Elk Raspberry Moose Sage) The deep raspberry flowers of this Salvia x Jamensis look good enough to eat, like spoonfuls of a silky, mouthwatering mousse dessert. Yet the 'moose' in its name isn't a misspelling. It refers to flowers that are larger than normal for a Jame Sage.

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(Narrow Leaf Milkweed) It's the fresh, minty green foliage of Asclepias fascicularis -- not its star-like, pink and cream flowers filled with nectar -- that is most valuable to Monarch butterflies.
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(Silky Red Bloodflower) Vivid red and gold clusters of tiny, star-shaped flowers contrast handsomely with the dark green, lance-shaped leaves of Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Red." The Monarch Butterfly is drawn to for nectar and as a host plant for its eggs.

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(Sacred flower of the Incas) Instead of red flowers, this variety of Cantua buxifolia features long tubular blossoms that are medium yellow with white, trumpet-like corollas. They hang upside down in clusters of 12 or more from mid-green foliage. This long blooming, water-loving South American shrub is popular with hummingbirds and butterflies.

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(Bolivian Mountain Sage) Neon lilac-pink flowers light up the handsome, furry foliage of this distinctive sage from high in the Andes cloud forests. Its large, textured leaves have dark, velvety purple undersides. Unhappy in dry heat, this is a very showy plant for humid climates.

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(Orange Bloodflower) Vivid orange and gold clusters of tiny, star-shaped flowers contrast handsomely with the dark green, lance-shaped leaves of Orange Bloodflower. The endangered Monarch Butterfly is drawn to milkweeds including Asclepias curassavica 'Apollo Orange' for nectar and as a host plant for its eggs.

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(Blue Turkish Sage) Large velvety gray-green to white leaves in loose rosettes give this sage a distinctive look as does the celestial violet-blue of its flowers. The blossoms seem much too large for this short sage and its thin, candelabra-branched flower spikes.

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