Salvia Plants (Seasonal)
About Salvia Plants (Seasonal)
Salvia, or scarlet sage, is an annual flower best known for its spiky form and bright color that is dependable in any climate and adaptable to full sun or partial shade with equal ease. Salvia comes in brilliant red, creamy white, rose-colored, and purplish variants. Saliva plants light up your garden with the brilliant spikes of red, tubular flowers surrounded by lush green foliage.
Salvias, can play many roles in the garden, from floriferous annuals and showy perennials to delicious herbs. And so versatile, they often can be used interchangeably culinary salvias are showy enough to be used in the flower garden, and perennial salvias bloom prolifically enough to be used in containers and window boxes.
The variety of flower colors, sizes, and long bloom times make salvias perfect additions to perennial borders, even when used outside their hardiness ranges as annuals.Salvias play well with plants having bolder foliage and larger flowers.Some salvias, such as S. leucantha, are late-blooming and make a glorious autumn display, extending the season of garden enjoyment.Salvias are magnets for butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators and a perfect addition to wildlife gardens.