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Mealy Cup Sage (Salvia Farinacea) Growing Guide - Gardening
In my local garden center, mealy cup sage is known as blue salvia. Although Salvia farinacea comes in purples and whites, it's the blue varieties that attract ...
Salvia microphylla (Baby Sage) - Gardening - About.com
My all time favorite perennial is Salvia microphylla. It comes as 'Lipstick' - all red and 'Hot Lips' - half red & half white. These wonderful bushy plants (roughly 3?
New Blue Saliva - Salvia farinacea 'Evolution' - Gardening - About.com
Photo of Salvia farinacea 'Evolution', a new blue salvia introduction that is actually purple.
Some Common Types of Salvia Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
The salvia flowers we encounter so frequently in the landscape are part of a large genus (Salvia) of plants in the mint family, including the culinary herb, sage.
Red Salvia Flowers - How to Grow Scarlet Sage Plants - Landscaping
Taxonomy of Red Salvia: Plant taxonomy classifies red salvia plants as Salvia splendens. Despite an official common name of "scarlet sage," many people refer ...
Victoria Blue Salvia Plants - "True Blue" Flowers - Landscaping
Victoria Blue salvia plants are treated as annuals north of planting zone 7. The true-blue flowers bloom throughout the summer.
Blue Hill Salvia Plants - Growing Tips - Landscaping - About.com
Even experts in plant taxonomy have a difficult time with 'Blue Hill' salvia plants. You'll encounter all of the following scientific names for plants similar to the one ...
May Night Salvia Plants - Flowers as Dark as Night - Landscaping
Taxonomy of May Night Salvia: Even experts in plant taxonomy have a difficult time with "May Night" salvia plants. You'll encounter all of the following scientific ...
Caradonna Salvia Plants - Learn How to Grow "Meadow Sage ...
Plant taxonomy classifies "Caradonna" salvia plants as Salvia nemorosa ' Caradonna.' "Caradonna" is the cultivar name. A common name for this flower is ...
Picture - Victoria Blue Salvia Plants - Landscaping - About.com
The middle row of my perennial bed consists largely of perennial sages, including 'May Night' and 'Victoria Blue' salvia plants (the latter an annual in zone 5).