Salvia List

Salvia is the largest genus of plants in the mint family, commonly referred to as sage.

We have carried this selection of Salvia. Availability and sizes change.
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Giant Tropical Blue African SalviaBrillantaisia subuluguricadark green leaves and blue-purple flowers in late summer
Anthony Parker Sage Salvia 'Anthony Parker' a natural cross between Salvia leucantha ‘Midnight’ (Mexican bush sage) and Salvia elegans (Pineapple sage)
White Sage Salvia apiana Native to California, beautiful gray-white leaves and tall white flowers attract pollinators. Needs well drained soil and good sun.
Silver Sage Salvia argentea furry silver leaves
Eyelash-Leaved Sage 'Diablo' Salvia blepharophylla ‘Diablo’ bright red flowers
Buchanan's Sage, Purple Autumn Sage Salvia buchanii dark green leaves and hairy, tubular flowers
Buchanan's Sage 'Wendy's Wish' Salvia buchanii 'Wendy's Wish' cross between S. waverly and S. buchannnii. Burgundy flower spikes all summer. 3' tall for full to part sun. Root hardy!
Texas Sage, Scarlet Sage, Blood Sage Salvia coccinea (all colors) widely spaced spikes to 12 inches long of bright red flowers
Red Velvet Sage, Harvest Sage Salvia confertiflora This one blooms late and is really hard to find.
Galeana Sage Salvia darcyi 3 foot shrub with bright red flowers, attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Drought tolerant! Native to Mexico.
Golden Pineapple Sage Salvia elegans 'Golden Delicious' widely grown as an ornamental shrub or sub-shrub, with pineapple scented leaves
Mealycup Sage 'Evolution' Salvia farinacea 'Evolution' Darker purple Victoria type
Autumn Sage, Gregg's Sage Salvia greggii 'Wild Thing' (and many other S. gregii cultivars) Tolerates heat, humidity and drought
Blue Anise Sage, Brazilian Sage 'Argentine Skies' Salvia guaranitica 'Argentine Skies'
Blue Anise Sage, Brazilian Sage 'Black and Blue' Salvia guaranitica 'Black and Blue' deep blue flowers late summer through fall
Salvia guaranitica cobalt
Roseleaf Sage Salvia involucrata herbaceous perennial, native of Mexico grows in shade to part sun. Large rounded buds of spectacular intense rose magenta fuzzy tubular flowers. Long bloom season, blooming from June to November. Hummingbirds fight over this one!
Mexican Bush Sage Salvia leucantha grown as an ornamental in warm climates for its drooping flower heads, with white flowers emerging from furry blue or purple bracts
Mexican Bush Sage, Dwarf Velvet Sage 'Santa Barbara' Salvia leucantha 'Santa Barbara'
Litta's Purple Sage Salvia littae large fuzzy magenta flowers
Forsythia Sage Salvia madrensis 'Sierra Madre' bright green leaves with yellow flowers in fall and winter
Salvia mesa purple
Salvia mexicana 'Limelight' bright green leaves, purple flowers starting late summer
Salvia x 'Mystic Spires' (first Dwarf Indigo Spires)
Bolivian Sage Salvia oxyphora Bright cherry red fuzzy flowers on this hardy native from the Andes and Bolivia. Attracts lots of hummers!
Mohave Sage Salvia pachyphylla drought tolerant, blue purple flowers in summer
Salvia purpurea green serrated leaves, pink purple flowers in mid autumn
Cedar Sage Salvia roemeriana one foot tall, bright red flowers
Bog Sage Salvia uliginosa likes water, blue flowers in late summer
Salvia urtica stems, leaves, and calyces all covered in long white hairs, blue-violet flowers