Blue Sage (Salvia Farinacea) - Blue Sage is perfect for the perennial border or the wild flower meadow. It is easily grown from Sage seeds, and it will attract butterflies and hummingbirds like a magnet! Plant Blue Sage wildflowers in a mass grouping for a dramatic display of blue for any sunny landscape setting.
Scarlet Sage (Salvia Coccinea) - If you want a head-turning display of dramatic red blooms, grow Scarlet Sage wildflower seeds, and have not only a beautiful display but a versatile plant that takes the heat well. Scarlet Sage is a perennial in warmer climates and an annual where winter temperatures stay below freezing for more than a few hours at a time.
Salvia (Salvia Horminum Blue Monday) - These annuals are easily grown from Salvia seeds, and they provide vivid color that lasts from summer through fall. Also known as Salvia Horminum Clary, this annual Blue Salvia plant is native to an area extending from the Mediterranean to the Crimea and into Iran.
Salvia (Salvia Farinacea Blue Victory) - Growing Salvia seed is so rewarding. The butterflies and hummingbirds will love your garden when you grow these beauties. Blue Victory Salvia plants are heavy blooming, compact and give a spectacular display of color.
Salvia (Salvia Horminum Pink Sunday ) - Pink Sunday Salvia makes a great fresh cut flower and does well dried too as they hold their vivid color. Deadheading keeps fresh blooms coming, but this Salvia will also re-seed, so leave a few spent blooms on the plant to drop Salvia seeds for next season's display.
Salvia (Salvia Pratensis) - Grow this showy flower from Salvia seeds, and enjoy a display from early summer up until frosts begin. Also known as Meadow Clary or Meadow Sage, this woody-stemmed perennial produces sticky spikes of deep, brilliant blue flowers.
Salvia (Salvia Horminum White Swan) - An enduring favorite of the summer cottage garden is readily grown from Salvia seeds. Salvia White Swan features large blooms of pure white and are delicately veined. This lovely annual is also widely known as Clary.
Salvia (Salvia Farinacea White Victory) - Easily grown from Salvia seeds, this tender perennial has intense white flowers that can form a wonderful backdrop for shorter flowers. White Salvia is great for center pieces in containers or in mass plantings to make a dramatic color display.