“Salvia” is a genus of plants in the Lamiaceae family, native to Latin America.

The genus contains about 1,000 species, including herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and annuals. Within the Lamiaceae genus, Salvia is part of the Mentheae tribe in the subfamily Nepetoideae.

Eco-Friendly Salvia nemorosa Tanzerin
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Synonymous with relaxation, salvia often has alluring leaves and flowers. Dahlia, zinnia, Shasta daisy, petunia, marigold, goldenrod, daylilies, daffodils, coreopsis, and other flowering perennials that love sunny areas and well-drained soil complement the perennials.

Contained within our Salvia garden, you’ll find potted plants that are arranged by flower colour. This gives you the choice of grouping your plants according to your preferences.

Salvias come in many colours, including blue, red, purple, orange, pink, yellow, white, green, and brown. We also offer a few with multi-coloured flowers.

With this convenient grouping, you’ll have less work to do to have your very own beautiful garden of flowers. Purple sage propagation is a simple process; it requires little in the way of water and nutrients and will benefit from a 1-2 inch (2.5–5 cm) layer of compost in the spring.

It will keep a good round shape without pruning, although minor pruning during or after flowering will encourage new growth.