SALVIA SEEDS

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  1. SALVIA AMPLEXICAULIS

    A lovely plant discovered on the Alpine Garden Society M.E.S.E. 1999 Expedition. Whorls of violet bracts and flowers on branching stems which carry fragrant leaves. ... Learn More

    $2.83

  2. SALVIA ARGENTEA

    Spikes of pinkish white flowers stand above rosettes of soft grey foliage at the base, which can spread to form good ground cover and also make an excellent foil for neighbouring plants. This elegant clary will do best in dappled shade. Flower spikes are displayed from July to August and are best removed after flowering to prolong the display and to keep the plant strong. Does best in warm well-drained soil! ... Learn More

    $3.93

  3. SALVIA CANDIDISSIMA

    Several small stems grow almost horizontally from the roots before bearing upright inflorescences which carry apple-green, hairy leaves and creamy white flowers which are sometimes tipped with a yellow lip. It grows in western Greece, parts of Turkey and Iraq, and Iran, usually between 2000-6500 feet elevation and is frost hardy but desires a dryish sheltered spot in winter. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  4. SALVIA CERATOPHYLLA

    Multiple, strong dividing stems, with a self-supporting growth habit, carry simple, fragrant, broad leaves, with candelabra-fashion arrays of protruding, snow-white flowers opening along their lengths. One of the sources of the essential oil, Linalool, this plant, one of the aromatic medicinal plants, grows in the E. Mediterranean to Afghanistan, and on the mountains of Israel. It is used in Jordanian folk medicine for the treatment of microbial infections, malaria, inflammation and even to disinfect homes after sickness. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  5. SALVIA FORSKAOHLEI

    Enormous hairy basal leaves form a base for an immense display of white-tongued vivid purple-blue flowers on long, strong branching stems. This spectacular plant is bone hardy, long-lived and makes a stupendous display all summer long! ... Learn More

    $3.66

  6. SALVIA GLUTINOSA

    This reliable, robust, fragrant Himalayan plant has strong square stems holding large spreading panicles of purple-splashed, yellow hooded flowers, an unusual colour for salvias. Both the leaves and the flowers have a distinct minty-lavender perfume and are slightly sticky, hence the name. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  7. SALVIA HISPANICA

    The bright green foliage of this famous Central American plant, native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala, compliments the mauve spikes of flowers that appear in July and August. The seeds are a highly nutritious food source and contain high amounts of omega-3,6 and 9, and are harvested for use in health recipes and drinks, and were in fact once the third most produced staple food there, until it was condemned by the European invaders in the 1500s and was almost wiped out altogether. The leaves and stems are also popular in sandwiches, soups, salads and stews. The local name Chia comes from the Nahuatl language and means oily. Aztec warriors used Chia as a very high energy source on their conquests and in fact it is still a traditional food of both the Tarahumara and Chumash peoples of Chiuahua, in the south western part of Mexico. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  8. SALVIA JUDAICA

    Violet-pink flowers bloom out of violet bracts from April until June on almost black stems. This lovely perennial is native to Mediterranean woodlands and shrub lands, and can be found growing in the mountains of Israel where it produces a normally seven-flowered flower stalk that the traditional candle stick was supposedly fashioned after. Biblical scholars claim that Salvia judaica was the model for the temple lamp stand described in Exodus! ... Learn More

    $3.93

  9. SALVIA MOORCROFTIANA

    This white-woolly perennial herb, commonly found in the Kashmir valley, bears pale blue, nearly white flowers, which are are borne in spikes arranged in separated whorls, forming a branched cluster. It is hardy to Zone 7 although it may be evergreeen in warmer climes. ... Learn More

    $4.07

  10. SALVIA MUELLERI

    'Royal Purple Autumn Sage' is one of the smaller leaved salvias that are often referred to as "Autumn Sages", blooming from mid summer until frost with thin dividing stems producing an almost endless succession of bright blue flowers, amongst very strongly-perfumed leaves. Although it superficially appears to be one of the tender salvias, this plant seems to be completely hardy, dying down safely underground each winter, and has stood minus 10 C (14 F) here. Most plants in this group have red, orange or yellow flowers which makes the striking purple flowers of S. muelleri a treasure. This plant is completely new to us, and it produces very, very few viable seeds indeed. ... Learn More

    $4.42

  11. SALVIA OFFICINALIS ALBA

    "Albino Sage". The rarely seen and very lovely pure white flowered form of common sage. It also has paler milky grey foliage and a slightly dwarfer habit than the normal blue flowered form. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  12. SALVIA RUNCINATA

    An alpine newcomer from the South African mountains. Densely packed sprays of blue and white flowers on numerous short stems carrying wrinkled, menthol scented leaves. Unlike many African salvias this one survives our winters well here, re-sprouting reliably each spring. ... Learn More

    $3.24

  13. SALVIA SCLAREA

    Possibly the easiest and most impressive of all hardy salvias. From large furry rosettes arise superb branching spikes of large pink-bracted blue and white flowers. An unforgettable sight in a warm dry position where other plants will struggle! ... Learn More

    $4.00

  14. SALVIA SELECTION

    This exciting mix of salvia species will give you a variety of forms and colours for your garden. Size and colour of flower will vary from white to blues and reds. Includes salvias listed in this issue and: Salvia amplexicaulis, barrelieri, glutinosa, nemerosa ostfriedland. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  15. SALVIA TOMENTOSA

    A very lovely plant making beautiful rosettes of hairy, silver-grey leaves from which arise in spring, square-section stems, with dividing heads of large pale blue flowers. This rarely-seen plant is very hardy, down to Z5-6 in the USA but demands a dry place in the garden or a large pot in the winter. It is native to eastern Europe and across Western Asia, and ascends the mountains of Turkey up to over 2,000 meters where it is found in company with Pinus brutia, Pinus nigra and Quercus pubescens in macchie, on limestone or igneous slopes. The leaves are still used as a condiment as a strong tea is made from the plant. In fact, in England this tea used to be preferred to that of all other sage teas! ... Learn More

    $4.07

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