• Caradonna Salvia nemorosa Woodland Sage Plant

    Caradonna Salvia nemorosa Woodland Sage Plant

    With eye-catching blue blooms on stems of such dark purple they appear black, 'Caradonna' is a Salvia like no other in the garden. It would be attractive enough if that were its only charm . . . but it is also a repeat-bloomer, giving you two full seasons of color every year on plants so easy to grow and adaptable, they can take just about anything Mother Nature dishes out!I ran across this plant in Holland, where it stood in lovely contrast to all the hot red and orange blooms of summer. Over here it is every bit as floriferous,…

    With eye-catching blue blooms on stems of such dark purple they appear black, 'Caradonna' is a Salvia like no other in the garden. It would be attractive enough if that were its only charm . . . but it is also a repeat-bloomer, giving you two full seasons of color every year on plants so easy to grow and adaptable, they can take just about anything Mother Nature dishes out!I ran across this plant in Holland, where it stood in lovely contrast to all the hot red and orange blooms of summer. Over here it is every bit as floriferous,…

  • Common Sage

    Common Sage

    Wide variety of culinary uses. Dusty, green leaves are used in dressing, sauces, salted herbs, sausage, and tea. Make a good base for dried floral wreaths. Medicinal: Leaves are used as digestive and nerve tonics. Edible, lovely, small lavender flowers appear in early summer. Hardiness zones: 4-8. Avg. 3,400 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Common Sage (OG)

    Common Sage (OG)

    Dusty, green leaves are used in dressing, sauces, salted herbs, sausage, and tea. Make a good base for dried floral wreaths. Medicinal: Leaves are used as digestive and nerve tonics. Edible, lovely, small lavender flowers appear in early summer. Hardiness zones: 4-8. Organically grown. Avg. 3,400 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Double Blue Queen Sage

    Double Blue Queen Sage

    A profusion of brilliant purple blooms surround these flowers for weeks. These drought-resistant, sun-loving plants look especially vibrant when grouped along a border, and are ideal in fresh or dried floral arrangements. 3-8 #1 Plants 18" Full Sun Late Summer to Early Fall If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • East Friesland Salvia nemorosa Woodland Sage Plant

    East Friesland Salvia nemorosa Woodland Sage Plant

    Masses of very long, pencil-thin, vibrantly colorful bloomspikes arise on this perennial Sage! The deep blue blooms are richly colorful on upright 18-inch plants, blooming heavily in early summer and then repeating their fine show later in the season. A spectacular source of dark, intense color and narrow, vertical form, 'East Friesland' is a wonder in the front of the border, and combines well with Shasta Daisies. The flowers attract butterflies, and are superb for cutting.Space plants 15 inches apart in the garden, and divide every 3 to 4 years. Not fussy about soil, it flourishes in blazing sun, tolerating…

    Masses of very long, pencil-thin, vibrantly colorful bloomspikes arise on this perennial Sage! The deep blue blooms are richly colorful on upright 18-inch plants, blooming heavily in early summer and then repeating their fine show later in the season. A spectacular source of dark, intense color and narrow, vertical form, 'East Friesland' is a wonder in the front of the border, and combines well with Shasta Daisies. The flowers attract butterflies, and are superb for cutting.Space plants 15 inches apart in the garden, and divide every 3 to 4 years. Not fussy about soil, it flourishes in blazing sun, tolerating…

    Masses of very long, pencil-thin, vibrantly colorful bloomspikes arise on this perennial Sage! The deep blue blooms are richly colorful on upright 18-inch plants, blooming heavily in early summer and then repeating their fine show later in the season. A spectacular source of dark, intense color and narrow, vertical form, 'East Friesland' is a wonder in the front of the border, and combines well with Shasta Daisies. The flowers attract butterflies, and are superb for cutting.Space plants 15 inches apart in the garden, and divide every 3 to 4 years. Not fussy about soil, it flourishes in blazing sun, tolerating…

  • Extrakta

    Extrakta

    High essential oil content of 1.5-2.0%. Robust, uniform plant. Hardiness zones: 4-8. Avg. 3,100 Seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Garden Sage

    Garden Sage

    Classic Sage has been grown for centuries as a culinary herb (2-3").  The fragrant leaves are used fresh or dried for seasoning.  Abundant purple flowers attract bees.  USDA Zones 5-9.

  • Herb Sage

    Herb Sage

    Ideal for rich foods plus traditional sage and onion stuffing. A useful gargle for sore throats. Looks great in the perennial border. Z5-8. 18in. 90 days.

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    Herb, Sage Green Culinary

    Classic culinary herb for flavoring meat, cheese, and bean dishes. Good for laying on the grill and flavoring meat with its smoke. Attractive grey-green shrubby plant with beautiful mauve flowers. Perennial in zones 5-10. Sow seeds indoors on surface of soil. Can also be directly sown outdoors two weeks after the last spring frost. Prefers rich, moist, well-drained soil. Divide every 3-4 years.

  • Little Spire Perovskia atriplicifolia Russian Sage Plant

    Little Spire Perovskia atriplicifolia Russian Sage Plant

    Plant Patent #11,643.Tall, airy bloomspikes and richly aromatic gray foliage combine to make Little Spire one of the most appealing perennials for the patio, perennial border, or accent planting! Very drought-tolerant and refusing to flop in the summer heat (as taller varieties sometimes do), this is a well-mannered little plant that adds valuable soft color to any display!The long, slender stems filled with lavender flowers arise over many weeks (3 to 4 months isn't unheard of!), creating a vertical swathe of color that combines well with the reds, oranges, and yellows of summer perennials. Be sure to plant Little Spire…

  • Madeline Salvia Sage Plant

    Madeline Salvia Sage Plant

    Plant Patent 20,456A charming new addition to the huge Sage family, 'Madeline' arose as a chance open-pollinated seedling in a Dutch field ofand was immediately admired for its compact, free-flowering nature, its brilliant blue-and-white colors, and its excellent ability to stand its ground in rainy or windy conditions. You will find it beautiful in early summer, and if you deadhead it right after flowering, it may thank you with a lush late-season rebloom!These flowers are violet-blue above a white lower segment that is edged in violet-blue. Very abundantly borne, they arise on well-branched, dark brown stems that are self-supporting. Deer,…

  • Organic Sage

    Organic Sage

    Introduced to North America in the 17th century, Sage has been used over the centuries for a wide variety of medicinal purposes. Today, you will most likely get the most use out of it when you cook up a batch of Thanksgiving dressing, or in sausages, cheeses, and pork dishes. Try growing your own with our Certified Organic seed, and enjoy this lovely perennial for many seasons in your garden!Sage is a shrubby evergreen perennial that forms many side brances of velvety-textured, wrinkled, gray-green leaves about 2 inches long. Spikes of 1/2-inch violet, pink to white flowers appear in summer.…

  • Raspberry Splash Pulmonaria Bethlehem Sage Plant

    Raspberry Splash Pulmonaria Bethlehem Sage Plant

    Plant Patent #12,138. Can you believe this standout beauty for the shade garden?! Bethlehem Sage is always distinctive, but 'Raspberry Splash' is simply over-the-top lovely, with giant bloom clusters, quick growth, and great resistance to Powdery Mildew and slugs! You can't "grow wrong" with 'Raspberry Splash'!The flowers arise in giant, hanging clusters, bell-shaped and colored a rich shade of raspberry-pink. They bloom for several weeks in late spring, filling the shade garden with startling color.But even when the blooms pass, 'Raspberry Splash' is colorful and bright. The foliage is quite large and fuzzy, a dark green speckled with white like…

  • Sage

    Sage

    Introduced to North America in the 17th century, Sage has been used over the centuries for a wide variety of medicinal purposes. Today, you will most likely get the most use out of it when you cook up a batch of Thanksgiving dressing, or in sausages, cheeses, and pork dishes.Sage is a shrubby evergreen perennial that forms many side branches of velvety-textured, wrinkled, gray-green leaves about 2 inches long. Spikes of 1/2-inch violet, pink, to white flowers appear in summer. The plant matures to 24-32 inches high and 36 inches wide.Grow in well-drained to dry, neutral to alkaline soil in…

    Salvia officinalis ''How can a man grow old who has sage in his garden?'' is an ancient Chinese proverb. Sage with its lemony-camphor fragrance and delicate blue flowers is an important part of many fine recipes, medicinal remedies, and landscapes. Can grow to 2 feet. Hardy in zones 6-9. Germination code: (1)

  • Sage (Treated)

    Sage (Treated)

    Delicious, rich tasting beans are borne on medium size, semi-upright plants. Sage is an improved, re-selected version of Foremost. High yield potential. Treated seed only. Avg. 1,900 seeds/lb. Packet: 175 seeds.

  • Sage - Broad Leaf

    Sage - Broad Leaf

    (Salvia officinalis) Used in Europe and America to flavor many meats, stuffings, vinegars and more! Fragrant leaves are also used in potpourri, 20 inch tall gray-green plants are quite attractive. Contains 75 heirloom seeds

  • Sage, Culinary

    Sage, Culinary

    SECTION: Herbs, Sage, Salvia officinalis Perennial with gray-green leaves and violet flowers, a classic seasoning in food and ancient preventative medicine, also makes nice wreaths and dried bouquets. Handsome all year--hardy to 0° Fs given good drainage and winter mulch. Likes full sun, drought tolerant once established. Pungent leaves said to deter pests in the garden and make an effective mouthwash to prevent gum disease. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using 18" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: P Zones 4-9/Spacing 18" DAYS…

  • Sage, White

    Sage, White

    SECTION: Herbs, Sage, Salvia apiana Indigenous sage used ceremonially by native people, tied into bundles and burned as incense "smudge sticks". Likes a well-drained, dry, sunny spot. Perennial in zones 7 and above, grown as annual where winters are cold. Gray-white foliage and white or pale blue flowers. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using 2' spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: P/Spacing 2' DAYS TO MAT: 90-120 SEEDS PER PACKET: 100 SOURCE CODE: O PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start in very sandy soil and…

  • Sensation Sky Blue™ Salvia Meadow Sage Plant

    Sensation Sky Blue™ Salvia Meadow Sage Plant

    Plant Patent Applied For. The Sensation® series has done it again! Sky Blue is simply one of the best garden plants available anywhere, destined to become a mainstay of borders, containers, edging, and even groundcover. Extremely vigorous and quick-growing, it wastes no time forming neat rosettes of foliage from which long, sturdy bloomspikes emerge, studded with lilac buds that open to brilliant azure blooms. A fully-blooming stand of Sensation Sky Blue™ is an awe-inspiring sight -- and one that you will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy, since the flowers keep coming from spring into fall.Hardy to -30 degrees F…

    Plant Patent Applied For. The Sensation® series has done it again! Sky Blue is simply one of the best garden plants available anywhere, destined to become a mainstay of borders, containers, edging, and even groundcover. Extremely vigorous and quick-growing, it wastes no time forming neat rosettes of foliage from which long, sturdy bloomspikes emerge, studded with lilac buds that open to brilliant azure blooms. A fully-blooming stand of Sensation Sky Blue™ is an awe-inspiring sight -- and one that you will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy, since the flowers keep coming from spring into fall.Hardy to -30 degrees F…

  • Texas Hummingbird Sage

    Texas Hummingbird Sage

    (60-70 days) A good selection for a sunny, dry poor soil area.  Great for borders or rock gardens.  Electric blooms close at night and on cloudy days.  Succulent foilage.  Cold stratify 14-21 days before planting.

  • Wendy's Wish Salvia Sage Plant

    Wendy's Wish Salvia Sage Plant

    Plant Patent #21,889What a delightfully bright little Sage! Arising in the garden of a Sage lover in Australia, Wendy's Wish combines brilliant pink flowers with reddish-bronze calyces, for a bold two-tone look on long, dark, stiff stems. Talk about eye-catching!The flowers begin in late spring and repeat all summer and for several weeks into fall. Their tubular shape signals to hummingbirds, and their bright colors attract butterflies and bees. They arise in long wands, like flags above a sailboat, on plants that reach just 30 to 40 inches high and 36 to 48 inches wide in full bloom. Magnificent!Wendy's Wish…

  • White Sage

    White Sage

    Used to make the smudge sticks common in Native American ceremonies. Bushy plants with thick stems and dusty gray-green foliage. Good for bee and wildlife forage. Medicinal: Used for skin washes and as a natural deodorant. Mild tea is used as a general tonic. Hardiness zones: 6-9. Avg. 15,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.