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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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(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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$11.50

(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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(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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$12.50

(Sacred flower of the Incas) Sunny yellow tubular blossoms with flared, trumpet-like white corollas and bright blue pollen contrast with mid-green foliage in the long-blooming, South American species Cantua buxifolia.

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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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$11.50
(VIBE® Ignition Fuchsia Sage) A perfect companion to our Best of Breed 'Ignition Purple', Ignition Fuschia has velvety deep fuschia pink flowers that are rare in a Jame Sage hybrid. They bloom spring to fall for your enjoyment.
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$11.50

(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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$12.50

(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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(Baja Pitcher Sage) Adaptable, drought-resistant Lepechinia hastata thrives from full sun to partial shade. This shrubby perennial has intense pink, tubular flowers and gray-green foliage. Its arrow-shaped leaves feature a pleasantly felted texture.

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(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.
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(Ground Ivy Sage) The true blue flowers, displayed above the large leaves and spreading habit makes this a very special plant. As a ground cover in shady locations it has no peer. Fast growing and free blooming, it attracts hummingbirds too.
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$12.00
(Hybrid Bolivian Sage) This hybrid between Salvia orbignaei and Salvia haenkei occurs in the low-to-mid elevations of the Bolivian Andes. Recreated in the greenhouse from superior patents, this is a select variety with stunning beauty.
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(Elk Orange Spires Sage) Similar in habit to the popular 'Scarlet Spires', this new variety from FBTS has large bright orange flowers that are irresistible to hummingbirds. It is more compact and floriferous than 'Scarlet Spires' as well.
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$11.50
(Elk Cranberry Red Sage) With larger-than-expected deep red flowers and dark stems, this outstanding new variety from FBTS is without a doubt a "Best of Breed" plant.
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$11.50
(Firecracker Plant) This variety is identical to the plant sold as Vermillionaire® by Proven Winners®. It is an outstanding clone of this species, blooming non stop all season. Hummingbirds adore it, and seem always to be in the vicinity.
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(Morello Anise Hyssop) Non-stop blooming, deep rich burgundy rose flower color and strong deep green leaves make this a top choice for gardeners everywhere. Unlike many varieties, this vigorous grower even does well in the heat and humidity of the East and Southeast.
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(Big Blue Sage) This new seed grown strain can best be described as a much improved Indigo Spires. Deep green leaves and masses of rich deep blue flowers are displayed from early summer till the end of the growing season. This is one of the finest new Salvias to be introduced in years.
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