Salvia

These are some of the showiest plants for containers, annual borders, and mixed borders. Butterflies and hummingbirds love Salvia almost as much as do color-hungry gardeners. A relative of the familiar kitchen sage, flowering salvias produce spikes of small, densely packed flowers atop aromatic foliage. These heat- and drought-tolerant beauties bloom from early to late summer in shades of blue, violet, red, pink, and white. Plants grow 18 inches to 5 feet tall, depending on the variety. They work good in beds and borders, make great cut flowers, and they are deer resistant. Check the tags when choosing salvias, because not all plants are hardy in all regions. Features: Easy care/low maintenance, good for cut flowers, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, and it tolerates dry soil. Select a planting site with full sun to part shade and moist but well-drained soil. Divide in early spring, and pamper newly divided clumps. Take cuttings spring through fall.

 

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20% OFF Salvia Plants

Good through 5/9/17. One gallon size containers. Not good with any other sale coupon or discount or on previous purchases.