Salvia Flower Seeds
Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage and some have familiar culinary uses. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants.
Most are perennials, but can be grown as annuals.
Salvias for Flowers and Fragrant Foliage
TRN401 Citrus Scented Salvia ( Salvia taraxicifolia )
A great bedding and fragrant garden selection. Shell pink to white, upright stems, thick green basal rosette, showy, nicely citrus scented foilage, heat tolerant and deer resistant, and bees and butterflies love the flowers, this plant has it all!
Grows about 12 inches tall. Grow as a perennial in zones 5-8, or as an annual in cooler zones.
TRN583 Cottage Rose ( Salvia viridis )
One of the most beautiful sages, it is also known asPainted Sage. Multiple branched, deep rose pink bracts, overwinters in South. Rabbit and deer resistant, this beautiful plant is excellent for attracting butterflies and honeybees. Drought resistant and drought tolerant plant, making it a good choice for xeriscapes. Grow as a perennial in zones 5-8, or as an annual in cooler zones.
3515 Purple Volcano Sage ( Salvia lyrata "Purple Volcano" )
Medicinal herb with impressive horticultural potential! Its rich bronze-purple foliage can be used for season-long contrast in virtually any garden setting. Try it in low borders or flower beds next to green or grey plants. Tolerates partial shade well.
Hardy in zones 5-8, perennial.
3560 Hummingbird Coral ( Salvia coccinea )
Tubular flower spike, very dainty, deep green leaf. Loads of coral and pale pink flowers cover this lovely sage all season long. Hummingbird Series Salvia are compact, heavy flowering, well-branched and vigorous. These plants self-sow nicely, so once you have them you need never replant again.
A long-blooming bedding annual that thrives in hot summer conditions. The flowers are absolutely irresistible to hummingbirds who rely on them as a late-season nectar source.
FL365 Pure White Salvia ( Salvia
One of our favorite moongarden plants. Grows 10-12 inches with dark green foliage and pure white flowers. Very unusual and very early flowering.
TRN403 Fairy Queen ( Salvia
Fleuroselect, unique bicolor sapphire blue
with white spots, good cut flower. Grows 24" tall, blooms in 12
weeks from seed, annual.
Salvias for Culinary Uses
HR195 Sage ( Salvia officinalis )
Use fresh or dried leaves to flavor pork, poultry, dressings,
sausages and just about anything!
The Sage herb has fragrant gray-green leaves and attractive mauve flower spikes in early summer. It's highly attractive to birds, bees and butterflies.
Containing naturally-occurring vitamins and minerals, the herb sage is best known as a culinary spice that adds flavor to poultry dishes. However, sage has been used for hundreds of years in folk medicine to treat a variety of different ailments. Most commonly drunk as a tea, sage herb is good for the nerves, digestive system and for balancing estrogen levels in women.
BM08 Extrakta Sage ( Salvia officinalis )
A new variety of sage for the herb lovers out there. Improved,
high-yielding variety does well in containers.High essential
oil content of 1.5-2.0%. Robust, uniform plant. Hardiness
zones: 4-8. A perennial plant that you can start harvesting
from 90 days after sowing seeds.
1A456 Simply Sage ( Multi-seed pellets )
New! The easiest way to grow sage from seed, each pellet contains several sage seeds in one pellet, perfect in 5" pot. Makes starting rosemary seedlings ( which can be difficult for some ) super easy.
Each multi-seed herb pellet produces healthy sage plants for the windowsill or garden. Just one pellet fills a 5" inch pot fast, with no seed broadcasting or scoops across the soil.