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Special Order Plants
Special Order Plants

Special Order plants are ones that Flowers by the Sea Farm begins to grow when you place an order for their purchase. We propagate the plants -- minimally a six-week project -- when the order is placed. These are attractive Salvias and other plants for which demand is neither constant nor seasonal.

Sometimes one or more customers might need dozens of a particular Special Order plant; other times no one may need it. It isn't ecofriendly or financially wise to expend water, energy, space and time growing the plant unless we have an order for production.

Most Special Order plants are ready for shipping six weeks after you place your order. If you happen to order one of the few types that requires a longer grow time, we'll contact you to provide an estimated delivery date.

For more information please visit our Special Order Information Page.

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(Confused Argentine Sage) Similar in many ways to the indispensable garden favorites of the Anise Scented Sage (Salvia guaranitica spp.) group, this plant is a perfect companion for its better known cousin.

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(Scordy Sage) Little is known about this shrubby Ecuadorian native. We're not even sure it is from Ecuador! However, this is another sage that sells itself instantly when seen in bloom. The large clusters of rich, deep violet flowers bloom summer to fall, attracting honeybees and hummingbirds.

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(Blood Red Mexican Sage) From summer into fall, the fuzzy, deep red flowers of Salvia univerticillata attract hummingbirds. This sage from Chiapas, Mexico, blooms well in sun or partial shade.
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(Allen Chickering Sage) Whorls of tiny violet flowers punctuate the stems of this sage's fragrant, gray-green foliage. It is a hybrid of Salvia clevelandii and Salvia leucophylla.
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(Purple Stem Sage) Deep purple stems and cobalt blue flowers with pronounced white beelines and dusky gray calyxes cause this sage to command attention.

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(Starlight Sage) Add sparkle to your dry garden with the pale pastel flowers of this hybrid of two Southern California native plants often seen growing together in the wild — Black Sage (Salvia mellifera) and White Sage (Salvia apiana). Salvia x 'Starlight' is a shrub that blooms early and long, attracting honeybees but not deer.

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