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Salvias by Season
Salvias by Season

In mild climates, it's possible to grow Salvias for year-round bloom. Even in USDA Cold Hardiness Zones with cooler fall and winter temperatures, the range of flowering times may be extended through careful plant selection and favorable cultural practices. To assist garden planning, we list Salvias by their dominant flowering season.

  • The spring category includes varieties that begin blooming in fall or winter but continue well into spring.
  • The summer category includes varieties that begin blooming in spring but continue well into summer.
  • The fall category includes varieties that begin blooming in summer but continue well into autumn.
  • The Winter category includes varieties that begin blooming in fall but continue well into winter.
  • If you have questions, please feel free to contact us!
    Spring Blooming
    231 Plants
    Summer Blooming
    328 Plants
    Fall Blooming
    360 Plants
    Winter Blooming
    81 Plants

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