An improved earlier blooming version of Black and Blue. Another great Salvia option for the mid to back of borders. Deer resistant and heavy blooming until frost.
A stunning new Salvia variety, with a neat, but vigorous plant habit, lush green foliage that is covered with sizzling scarlet-red flower spikes from April to November. Sterile and self-cleaning, no need to deadhead ‘” always looks luxuriant yet tidy.
A vigorous, tender perennial grown for its velvety burgundy-red flower spikes and lush green foliage, Saucy Wine blooms continuously from April to November. Sterile and self-cleaning, there is no need to deadhead. Like all salvias, Saucy Wine attracts pollinators but not deer.
Add a splash of color and cheer to your garden with this award-winning Southern perennial. This tough variety offers strong pest/disease resistance and cold hardiness to zone 7. Enjoy extended flowering with up to 100 flowers on 12- to 14-inch stems atop lush foliage. For optimum blooms (and cut flowers), place in full sun to part shade and remove old blooms.
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Large bi-color flowers change from blue in the throat to white on the petal’s edge and are surrounded by green, strap-like foliage. Blooms open in spring, reblooming through summer.
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