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    Blue Hill Salvia

    Glorious floral spikes stand at attention in their dress blues, attracting butterflies all summer long. Easy-to-grow sun lover has a compact habit. Cut back after flowering for a repeat of long-lasting blooms. 3-8 #1 Plants 15" Sun Summer to Frost If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.

  • Blue Queen Salvia

    Blue Queen Salvia

    You are sure to enjoy summer-long beauty year after year with this rich violet-blue Salvia. This garden-favorite perennial is a member of the mint family, performing well and blooming brilliantly with a lovely fragrance. Butterflies love it as well. Heat- and drought-resistant hybrid explodes with plump spikes in midsummer. Flowers have long staying power well into fall. It is an excellent choice for cut-flower arrangements, and can be dried as well. Salvia is easy to care for with a good resistance to pests and disease. Grows 15-18" tall, 12-18" wide. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-9 Salvia nemorosa ‘Blaukonigin’…

  • 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,…

  • 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…

  • Evolution Salvia

    Evolution Salvia

    Dense flower spikes of deep lilac provide endless color and beauty for months without deadheading. Strong 16-20 in. tall plants are ideal for mass plantings, borders and containers. Heat and drought tolerant.Butterflies and humming birds can't resist this variety. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost for earlier blooms. $3.99 $3.99

  • 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,…

  • Salvia 'Evolution'

    Salvia 'Evolution'

    This is far and away the best Mealycup Sage ever grown, and it deserves a big planting in your sunniest garden spot! 'Evolution' really is a whole new generation for Salvia, with richer blooms, better branching, more compact plants, superb weather resistance, and an extra-long season of bloom. No wonder it won both Europe's Fleuroselect Quality Mark and the U.S.'s All-America Selection, the two top honors for seeds!Every 8- to 10-inch bloomstalk on these sturdy little plants is packed with deep violet-purple blooms, far brighter and less prone to fading than older varieties. They begin in early to midsummer and…

  • Salvia argentea 'Artemis'

    Salvia argentea 'Artemis'

    In the first year plants make unusual dwarf rosettes of soft gray woolly foliage that is impossible to pass without touching, followed in the second year by tall silver spikes with pinkish-white flowers. Adds interest to borders and containers. Z5-8. 3ft. Germination: 30-90 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia Blue Angel

    Salvia Blue Angel

    True blue is hard to find in the garden, which makes this delightful little Sage all the more welcome! Its masses of blooms are pure, bright ultramarine, and they keep coming in the sunny garden all the way from midsummer until the first frost. You can't ask for a harder-working, more eye-catching, easier-to-care-for annual!Blue Angel is quick-growing, upright, and nicely branched, with each flowering stem loaded with tubular 2- to 2 1/2-inch blooms. These little flag-like blossoms are held out almost horizontally, creating layers and layers of rich color in bed or border. Butterflies and hummingbirds find Blue Angel very…

  • Salvia c 'Hummingbird Mixed'

    Salvia c 'Hummingbird Mixed'

    A charming, unusual tri-color blend of intriguing tubular-shaped flowers on upright stems. Adds tiers of summer color to borders and containers and attracts hummingbirds. 16in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia c 'Lady in Red'

    Salvia c 'Lady in Red'

    No ordinary salvia! Blooms in tiers are a different shape with charm and warmer color. 12-15in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia coccinea 'Cherry Blossom'

    Salvia coccinea 'Cherry Blossom'

    Flowers early and over a long period. Makes a useful foil for many of the compact annuals of today. Attractive and unusual in borders or as a cut flower. 15in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Red'

    Salvia coccinea 'Summer Jewel Red'

    Attract butterflies with this compact, dwarf annual! Easy to grow and maturing quickly, 'Summer Jewel Red' flowers just 9 weeks from sowing, blooming all the way to first frost! Free-flowering, fiery red blooms are eye-catching in borders, containers and butterfly gardens. Germination: 7-21 days, 68-77F. Well-drained soil. 18in.

  • Salvia f.'Victoria'

    Salvia f.'Victoria'

    Starts flowering in about 3½ months with spikes of rich violet blue. Uniform, prolific, excellent for cutting. 18in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia Fairy Queen

    Salvia Fairy Queen

    Each of these little native plants has more flowering spikes than you might think possible, appearing from the center and shooting up to 10 inches long. Packed with rich dark blue and white bicolor blooms, they are a stunning sight in the sunny garden, adding deep color to the brights and pastels of surrounding plants.Mealy-Cup Sage is native to Texas and Mexico, known for its rich colors and abundant blooms. Fairy Queen takes this to extremes, with longer flowering spikes, far more profuse blooms, and a longer season! Expect the bicolor azure-and-white flowers to begin in early summer and to…

  • Salvia farinacea 'Fairy Queen'

    Salvia farinacea 'Fairy Queen'

    Unique breeding has brought us this very visually appealing salvia. Bushy, compact plants bear multiple spikes of attractive blue and white bicolored flowers on distinctive dark stems. Flowers all summer and continues through to the first frosts in borders or containers. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil. 14-18in.

  • Salvia farinacea 'Seascape Mixed'

    Salvia farinacea 'Seascape Mixed'

    A relaxing blend of three compact, branching and early-flowering salvias with spikes in shades of blue and silver. Adding a touch of grace and height to bedding displays, the tall spikes move in the slightest breeze creating a tranquil border feature. 16-20in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia Flare

    Salvia Flare

    Like huge, jagged tongues of flame, Flare's vivid scarlet-red bloomspikes pierce the landscape with color so intense it almost shimmers! These 18-inch plants are excellent for the landscape, standing out even when planted behind lower-growing plants, and unbelievable in a mass planting. One of the most heat-tolerant of this very heat-tolerant family, Flare is the Salvia to grow in those blazing trouble spots where little else has been successful. It is remarkably floriferous over an extra-long season, and thrives on neglect! Like all Sage, it brings butterflies and hummingbirds into the garden by the dozen, adding to the color show…

  • Salvia horminum 'Claryssa Mixed'

    Salvia horminum 'Claryssa Mixed'

    Dwarf, compact habit and broader, bright blooms (bracts). Superb cut and dried as an everlasting flower. Easy to grow—direct sow into borders where they are to flower. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil. 18in.

  • Salvia Hotline Blue

    Salvia Hotline Blue

    A Park Exclusive! With its early, profuse, and brilliant blooms on compact plants, Hotline has been the Salvia of choice for many gardeners since its introduction. Its stocky, heavy 5- to 6-inch flower spikes begin appearing when the plant is just 6 inches tall--less than 2 months from sowing!--and keep coming over an exceptionally long season. The plants reach 10 to 12 inches tall and wide, with large, lush forest-green foliage fanning out below the bloomstalk like a carpet. Very uniform between colors, the Hotline series has earned our High Performer citation for superior garden-worthiness--both for its beauty and for…

  • Salvia Hotline White

    Salvia Hotline White

    A Park Exclusive! With its early, profuse, and brilliant blooms on compact plants, Hotline has been the Salvia of choice for many gardeners since its introduction. These dense, very bright blooms of purest white seem to float atop stocky, heavy 5- to 6-inch flower spikes. Blooms begin when the plant is just 6 inches tall--less than 2 months from sowing!--and keep coming over an exceptionally long season. The plants reach 10 to 12 inches tall and wide, with large, lush forest-green foliage fanning out below the bloomstalk like a carpet. Very uniform between colors, the Hotline series has earned our…

  • Salvia lyrata 'Purple Volcano'

    Salvia lyrata 'Purple Volcano'

    Stunning mounds of deep purple foliage from which erupt deep purple stems, bursting with delicate white flowers. Perfect for adding color contrast to borders and containers. Germination: 30-90 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil. Z4-9. 10-12in.

  • Salvia Park's Whopper Lighthouse

    Salvia Park's Whopper Lighthouse

    A Park Seed Exclusive!So big, bright, and bold it could only be a Whopper, this annual Salvia takes the world by storm from the moment you sow the seed. In just 7 weeks you have a huge, fully-blooming plant that's prepared to keep the flowers coming all summer! And it's happy in just about any light from full sun to complete shade. It is with great pride that I introduce you to Park's newest Whopper, Salvia Lighthouse!The blooms are fiery scarlet, and arise very densely on long, sturdy 8- to 10-inch spikes that shine like beacons above the foliage. Expect…

  • Salvia patens

    Salvia patens

    A classic border plant, adding a cool blue drift to planting schemes. Attractive, large blue, hooded florets are borne on erect stems above toothed foliage. Z8-9. 18-24in. Germination: 30-90 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia s. 'Red Arrows'

    Salvia s. 'Red Arrows'

    An excellent summer annual producing masses of vivid red flowers, set off against deep green foliage. Excellent in bedding displays and containers. 11in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia Salsa™ Burgundy

    Salvia Salsa™ Burgundy

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Burgundy is one of the strongest, most intense colors of the series, which includesas well asin the Salvia family. The flowers crowd along a straight stem above a…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Light Purple

    Salvia Salsa™ Light Purple

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Light Purple is an unusual color for the Salvia family but par for the course for the Salsa series, which includesas well as other. The flowers crowd along…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Mix

    Salvia Salsa™ Mix

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! This mix contains all the brilliant Salsa™ colors, from showstoppingtoThe flowers crowd along a straight stem above a rosette of neat, serrated green foliage. Cut them for the…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Purple

    Salvia Salsa™ Purple

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Purple is an unusual color for the Salvia family but par for the course for the Salsa series, which includesas well as otherThe flowers crowd along a straight…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Rose

    Salvia Salsa™ Rose

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Rose sports blooms of antique rosy-pink, a rich and unusual color for the Salvia family but par for the course for the Salsa series, which includesas well as…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Salmon

    Salvia Salsa™ Salmon

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Salmon sports rich, saturated blooms of an unusual color for the Salvia family but par for the course for the Salsa series, which includesas well as otherThe flowers…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Scarlet

    Salvia Salsa™ Scarlet

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Scarlet is a brilliant color, saturated and intense like all of the Salsa™ series, which includesas well as otherThe flowers crowd along a straight stem above a rosette…

  • Salvia Salsa™ Scarlet Bicolor

    Salvia Salsa™ Scarlet Bicolor

    Salvia Salsa™ is about to become your best friend in the garden! This spectacular dwarf Scarlet Sage is a vibrant mass of color from late spring well into fall, on plants so compact you can even put them in small containers! A hummingbird magnet that reblooms promptly over 3 seasons, Salsa™ is a dream come true!Just 8 to 10 weeks after sowing the seed, you should see the first blooms popping open! Scarlet Bicolor is a lovely blend of white and scarlet, exquisitely shaded on every petal, and a fine companion to theof the Salsa™ series. The flowers crowd along…

  • Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica

    Scores of tall stems bearing many pink to white bracts and tiny, soft blue and white flowers. Z5-9. 3ft. Germination: 30-90 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia splendens 'Lighthouse'

    Salvia splendens 'Lighthouse'

    A tall, vigorous, bushy variety with excellent weather resistance and long-lasting flowers. Ideal as a vibrant annual hedge or as a bright red beacon shining out from borders and containers. 24in. Germination: 7-21 days, 60-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Salvia Summer Jewel Red

    Salvia Summer Jewel Red

    The brightest thing the garden has ever seen, this unstoppable, super-quick Hummingbird Sage is out to transform your sunny annual bed and best containers into a haven for butterflies and hummers! The fire-engine-red blooms begin in late spring and don't think about quitting until early fall, so get your camera and vases ready!Winner of a 2011 All America Selection award, Summer Jewel Red is a dwarf annual sage with super-abundant ½-inch blooms of brilliant red. Now, ½-inch may not sound like much, but multiply it by several hundred and you get the idea of what a fully blooming stand of…

  • Salvia Victoria

    Salvia Victoria

    One of the most floriferous sources of deep violet-blue color for the summer garden, Victoria is treasured for its large, vividly-colored spikes, arising in great numbers all summer long on compact 18-inch plants. Especially effective in a mass planting, Victoria is an excellent choice for difficult dry spots, sunny meadowlands, and even in the gritty soil along fences and other "trouble spots" in the garden. It combines well with other summer-blooming annuals, adding much-valued blue tones to the garden.Direct-sow this Salvia or begin the seeds indoors for even earlier blooms. Not fussy about soil, it flourishes in blazing sun to…

  • Salvia-Patio Blue Sky

    Salvia-Patio Blue Sky

    Salvia patens True blue flowers are hard to come by, but Patio Sky Blue brings the color home. Reflecting the perfect summer's sky, its heavenly blooms open a whole new palette to your plantings. Add its sturdy, well-branched, shrubby habit to the exceptional color and you've got an award-winning variety that is ideal for container growing and bed plantings alike. Plants reach 12-14 inches tall and 8-12 inches wide. This first-year bloomer is unrivaled when grown as an annual, but will overwinter in zones 8 and warmer. Germination code: (1) and (6)

  • 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…

  • 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…