May Night Salvia

May Night Salvia
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Glowing Purple Beacons Attract ButterfliesThe Salvia ‘May Night’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Mainacht’, has glowing purple stems loaded with violet-purple flowers that bloom from June to October.With its blue-gray, lance-shaped aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long. It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form.It was selected Perennial Plant of the year in 1997, and one can see why. Salvia ‘May Night’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. It can be clipped back hard after blooming to rejuvenate the foliage.‘May Night’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant. It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent cut flowers. This plant tolerates heat and humidity. You may divide this plant in early spring or fall.Its blooms look wonderful next to Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’, and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’.* Glowing Purple Flowers* Blooms All Season* Loves Sun and Attracts ButterfliesSalvia Deadheading Will Reward You!.

Salvia Velocity Blue

Salvia Velocity Blue
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Salvia Velocity Blue, Salvia farinacea ‘Velocity™ Blue’, is an early bloomer that features large, dark blue flower spikes. ‘Velocity™ Blue’ is a great performer with strong stems, dense habit, and unusually large flowers.Velocity Salvia is a bushy, upright plant with intense dark blue flower. It makes an excellent plant for adding height to combination containers. It is the earliest flowering Salvia farinacea on the market.It has a compact habit, its water needs are low, and the heat tolerance is excellent. Salvia ‘Velocity Blue’ makes a great landscape plant for ground beds or mixed containers, especially when used with other bright red or yellow annuals.Salvia ‘Velocity Blue’ adds height to plantings and will also attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden!* Dark blue flowers* Great performer* Strong stems.

Salvia Rose Queen

Salvia Rose Queen
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The Meadow Sage ‘Rose Queen’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Rosenkoenigin’, has bright rose-pink flower spikes that top 12 to 18-inch tall plants in summer.Meadow Sage is best used in highly visible areas in beds and borders since it is compact, with denser, more rounded mounds of foliage.You will adore this ‘Rose Queen’ as an accent plant, in mass plantings or containers. Being an easy to grow and drought tolerant plant, it blooms in early summer to midsummer, with repeat bloom into fall if deadheaded regularly. An excellent choice for gardeners who like re-seeding perennials that naturalize into their garden.Are you looking for a deer resistant plant and want butterflies, bees and hummingbirds to visit your yard? ‘Rose Queen’ will certainly provide all of this, and you will not just want one plant, instead, plant in groups of three or five.If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, they will grow together to make one clump. This beautiful cluster will create a landscape that will be the envy of the neighborhood!’Rose Queen’ is a real show stopper and adds structure and form, so let your imagination go wild, and place it in a sunny area where you can enjoy it all summer. Its spectacular rose-pink flowers make ‘Rose Queen’ worth growing.* Compact form* Profusion of rose-pink flowers* Drought tolerant  .

Salvia Sensation Sky Blue

Salvia Sensation Sky Blue
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Compact Perennial with Dramatic Floral SpikesSensation Sky Blue Salvia (Salvia nemerosa ‘Sensation Sky Blue’), is a compact perennial that produces colorful spikes of blue flowers. Plant several to create a lovely edging or border plant for your yard.Imagine a ten inch tall mound of lovely green foliage that maintains its gently-rounded shape with no pruning or special care required. Now add to that a dramatic summer display of lavender-blue floral spikes that propel themselves up and out of the foliage in large numbers.A particularly striking feature of your Sensation Sky Blue is that the tiny florets on each floral spike begin to open from the bottom up  which creates a unique two-toned effect that provides long-lasting color for your garden.The Sensation Sky Blue Salvias compact nature makes it an excellent choice for any location in your yard. Hummingbirds and butterflies love it but deer and rabbits don’t, adding even further to its appeal.The Sensation Sky Blue is a beautiful, fast-growing perennial with a hardy nature and long bloom time bringing a vibrant splash of violet-blue to your garden year after year.*Long Bloom Time*Compact Form*Deer Resistant.

Salvia Viola Klose

Salvia Viola Klose
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The Salvia Viola Klose, ‘Salvia nemorosa ‘Viola Klose’, is a new meadow sage selection that grows 18-20 inches high like May Night Salvia, but has deep, dark, violet-blue flower spikes through the summer.The compact foliage of this meadow sage is aromatic when crushed and is a selection that has proven to be an outstanding performer.Salvias enjoy a long bloom time if the spent flowers are removed after blooming. Ornamental varieties such as the ‘Viola Klose’ are great for cut flower arrangements.‘Viola Klose’ is an instant favorite with the hummingbirds and butterflies and is deer resistant. It is a very vigorous, fast growing plant with stunning violet blue flowers; deeper and more intense in color than any other perennial salvia.Salvia ‘Viola Klose’ has an upright spreading habit of growth with a relatively fine texture. It is best cleaned up in early spring before it resumes active growth for the season.Make your home and garden area look fantastic with the addition of this Salvia ‘Viola Klose’, and don’t forget that this salvia makes a great gift!* Aromatic foliage* Dark violet blue flowers spikes* Attracts butterflies  .

Salvia Pink Friesland

Salvia Pink Friesland
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The Salvia Pink Friesland, Salvia nemorosa ‘Pink Friesland’, may just challenge its cousin, East Friesland, as one of the best perennials of all time!It has dark red stems loaded with pink flowers that bloom from June to September. After the flowers fade, little seed pods appear making this a truly unique variety.It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 12-15” and stays in excellent compact form. ‘Pink Friesland’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first flowering is completed. ‘Pink Friesland’ attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant. Hardy for container gardening, it provides excellent flower arrangements too.Plant ‘Pink Friesland’ in containers, borders, and you will like the results when it is planted with Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’ and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’.You will enjoy this ‘Pink Friesland’ as an accent plant, in mass plantings or containers. It is a great selection for gardeners who like re-seeding perennials that naturalize into their garden.You will not just want one gorgeous ‘Pink Friesland’ plant, instead plant in groups of three or five!If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, the ‘Pink Friesland’ plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This beautiful pink grouping will create a stunning bright spot that will be the envy of the neighborhood!* Sturdy dark red stems* Pink flowers* Seed pods.

Azure Snow Salvia

Azure Snow Salvia
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Blue flower spikes will win you over!  Blue is one of those hard-to-pin-down garden colors. The perfect blue is different for every gardener. Do you want true blue? Sky blue? Deep blue? Bright blue? Lavender blue? Navy blue? Royal blue? We don’t know how to help you sort all of that out, but we do know that whatever blue you lean toward, you will fall in love with the blue in new Azure Snow Salvia. Falling somewhere between sky blue and violet blue with a white lip, the flowers on this salvia come in masses all along the spikes on these hardy perennials. Salvia is a solid garden performer that will give you years of good flowering with very little effort. They are especially nice when planted in big drifts, but they also look great interspersed between other perennials in the border. The spikes of flowers wave in the wind above neatly mounded green foliage that has a nice herbal scent. Plant it with yellow flowers, like False Sunflowers or Scotch Broom for a show-stopping effect. This is a very easy-care plant. It is a reliable bloomer and grows in just about any climate. When you order, make sure that you order more than one, because once you see it growing you will want more. * Border plant * Full sun * Cut or dry * Easy care * Scented foliage.

East Friesland Salvia

East Friesland Salvia
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The Salvia ‘East Friesland’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Ostfriesland’, has glowing purple stems loaded with violet-purple flowers that bloom from June to October.With its blue-green, lance-shaped aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long. It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form.Salvia ‘East Friesland’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. ‘East Friesland’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. This salvia does very well in heat. It is beneficial to sheer salvia after blooming to promote fresh foliage and blooms. It may be divided every3 to 5 years in early spring. It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent cut flowers.* Fragrant* Drought Tolerant* Dense.

Black and Blue Salvia

Black and Blue Salvia
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The Salvia Black and Blue, Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Blue’, is a tall and attractive plant that has an upright growth habit which reaches 2 to 3 feet in height. The bi-colored blooms are 3/4 of an inch in size and occur in both spring and the fall.This selection of the hardy anise sage differs from the norm in that the calyx (the little cup that holds the open flower) is black instead of the usual green!It enjoys warm temperatures and is moderately drought tolerant. The dark, denim blue flowers with black bases appear to be made by a flower designer because of its striking beauty.The ‘Black and Blue’ Salvia mixes well with other beautiful summer flowering perennials. This eye catching Salvia offers abundant deep blue cobalt blue tubular blooms that are an absolute favorite of hummingbirds. They are hardy to 15 degrees.‘Black and Blue’ is indispensable for your garden or containers if you want pretty, bright, flowers to enjoy in the garden and in arrangements!This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Bi-colored flowers* Hardy* Upright habit  .

Salvia Snow Hill

Salvia Snow Hill
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The Salvia ‘Snow Hill’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Schneehugel’, has glowing purple stems loaded with masses of clear white flowers that bloom from June to October. It has a plant height of 15” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form. Salvia ‘Snow Hill’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area.To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. ‘Snow Hill’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant. It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent flower arrangements.The ‘Snow Hill’ is a real show stopper with its lovely white flowers . Plant this easy to grow Salvia in your garden or containers where it can show off. Because of its sweet nectar, the bright flowers will bring hummingbirds to your yard.‘Snow Hill’ adds structure and form, so let your imagination go wild, and place it in a sunny area where you can enjoy it all season long. Its spectacular white flowers make ‘Snow Hill’ worth growing!If you want a nice contrast of color and form in your garden, combine ‘Snow Hill’ with Sedum ‘Matrona’, Veronica ‘Royal Candles’ and Saliva ‘May Night’. This mixture will make an attractive accent area in that special place in your yard all summer long.* Light green compact foliage* Bright white flowers* Hardy .

Salvia Blue Hill

Salvia Blue Hill
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The Salvia ‘Blue Hills’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Blauhugel’, has glowing purple stems loaded with true blue flowers that bloom from June to October. With its gray-green aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long.‘Blue Hills’ has a plant height of 15” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form. Salvia ‘Blue Hills’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area.To increase bloom time, ‘Blue Hills’ should be cut back after the first bloom. Attracting butterflies, bees and hummingbirds, it is also is deer-resistant.You cannot fail with this hardy, container gardening Salvia, and it will provide you with excellent cut flowers too. If you plant it next to Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’ and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’ you will have a fantastic and colorful landscape.‘Blue Hills’ is an excellent summer container item and impressive when you plant it in mass plantings in large beds. You will not just want one brilliant ‘Blue Hills’ plant. Place it in groupings of three or five! If you plant these salvias so they form a triangle or a sweep, the Salvia plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This creates a bright garden spot that will be the envy of everyone who sees it!* Low maintenance* True blue flowers* Attractive accent.

Caradonna Salvia

Caradonna Salvia
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Rose Purple Spikes on Compact PlantThe Salvia ‘Caradonna’, Salvia nemorosa, has glowing purple stems loaded with violet-purple flowers that bloom from June to October. With its gray-green aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long.Salvia ‘Caradonna’ was awarded the Outstanding New Perennial in 2000 by the International Hardy Plant Union. It has a plant height of 30” and a spread of 12-18” and stays in excellent compact form.‘Caradonna’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. ‘Caradonna’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant.It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent cut flowers. Blooms look wonderful next to Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’ and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’.* Purple Flowers and Stems* Grey Green Aromatic Foliage* Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.

Salvia Mystic Spires

Salvia Mystic Spires
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The Dwarf Salvia ‘Mystic Spires’, Salvia ‘Balsalmisp’, has dark green foliage that covers this compact, well-branched plant. A free-flowering Salvia, it will be covered with true blue flowers all season long!’Mystic Spires’ has very compact, well branched foliage and produces long stalks of dark blue flowers, which continue to rewardyou with an abundance when deadheaded.’Mystic Spires’ fits perfectly in your backyard wildlife habitat attracting butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Salvias are among the easiest and showiest of flowers for the garden. Grow in full sun and well-drained soil; cut back plants by half in midsummer.It looks very much like Indigo Spires without the floppy stems and the curly flower spike. You will love the results when colorful perennials like purple coneflowers and summer phlox, or yellows like Melampodium, black-eyed Susan and ‘New Gold’ Lantana are combined with ‘Mystic Spires’.You will not just want one gorgeous ‘Mystic Spires’ plant, instead, plant in groups of three or five!If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, the ‘Mystic Spires’ plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This beautiful blue grouping will create a stunning bright spot that will be the envy of all who see it!* Compact habit* True blue flowers* Dwarf  .

Evolution Salvia

Evolution Salvia
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Violet Purple Blooms Summer Through FallSalvia Evolution, Salvia farinacea ‘Evolution’, makes a striking expression when planted in masses in your landscape!‘Evolution’ attracts butterflies, birds and hummers with its intense and rich purple blossoms. This is far and away the best Mealycup Sage ever grown, and it deserves a big planting in your sunniest garden spot!’Evolution’ really is a whole new generation for Salvia, with richer blooms, better branching, more compact plants, superb weather resistance, and an extra-long season of bloom. Every bloom stalk on these sturdy little plants is packed with deep violet-purple blooms, far brighter and less prone to fading than older varieties.The blooming begins in early to midsummer and keeps going right into fall, extending your season of color in the Sage garden by several weeks. What a low maintenance plant!This plant puts up with bad weather from heat and humidity to drought and unseasonable cold. It’s unstoppable!This ‘Evolution’ plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Long blooming* Violet purple blooms* Weather resistance Salvia Deadheading Will Reward You!Pick your color….

Furmans Red Salvia

Furmans Red Salvia
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Crimson Flowers All SummerSalvia Furman’s Red, Salvia greggi ‘Furman’s Red’, is an extremely long blooming selection that is hardy to zone 5. It is valued for its tightly branched, upright growth habit and profusion of bright red flowers from the beginning of early summer through fall.The crimson to scarlet flowers is produced in repeated flushes from May through October. Salvia ‘Furman’s Red’ is a woody 2′ perennial that looks best if cut back in the spring.This eye-catching salvia offers an abundance of stunning blooms, over neat crinkly foliage. It is an absolute favorite of hummingbirds. Culturally undemanding, ‘Furman’s Red’ tolerates a wide range of soils requiring only that they quickly drain. Just a bit of extra water during dry spells encourages more flowers.’Furman’s Red’ enjoys warm temperatures and is moderately drought tolerant; mixes well with other beautiful summer flowering perennials. You will love the results when colorful perennials like purple coneflowers and summer phlox, or yellows like Melampodium, black-eyed Susan and ‘New Gold’ Lantana are combined with ‘Furman’s Red’.You will not just want one gorgeous ‘Furman’s Red’ plant, so plant in clusters of three or five!If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, the ‘Furman’s Red’ plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This beautiful and stunning red grouping will create a bright spot that will be the envy of everyone who sees it!*Crimson Red Flowers*Blooms All Season*Attracts Hummingbirds Salvia Deadheading Will Reward You!.