Category Salvia

Scarlet Sage Care: Tips On Growing Salvia Splendens In The Garden
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Scarlet Sage Care: Tips On Growing Salvia Splendens In The Garden

The scarlet sage plant aka Salvia splendens SAL-vee-uh, SPLEN-denz is a tender herbaceous species of the mint family (Lamiaceae) and is native to Brazil.The Salvia plant grows as a tender perennial in its native range due to the hot weather, but in temperate zones, it grows as an annual plant.Named and described in 1822, Salvia splendens was then commonly called Lee’s scarlet sage.

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Caring For Mojave Sage (Salvia Mohavensis)

Salvia mohavensis SAL-vee-uh, moh-hahv-EN-sis is a perennial sage growing natively in the Little San Bernardino Mountains and other dry regions throughout Nevada, including the Mojave Desert.Salvia mohavensis is commonly called Mojave sage.The low-growing shrub has gray-green foliage and pale blue flowers.
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Salvia Nemorosa Info: How To Grow Woodland Sage

Salvia nemorosa SAL-vee-uh, nem-or-OH-suh are herbaceous perennial plants which belong to the mint or sage family, Lamiaceae.They are native to Europe and Western Asia grown and propagated for its showy flowers.Common names for this Salvia plant includes:Woodland sageMeadow sageBalkan clary…. all referencing to where it grows and its native habitat.
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How To Care For Salvia Chamaedryoides

Salvia chamaedryoides SAL-vee-uh, kam-ay-dry-OY-deez has evergreen foliage and bright blue flowers.It spreads easily, providing interesting ground cover for any garden or landscape.Salvia chamaedryoides is part of the salvia plant genus, typically called the sage genus.It also has a few common names:Germander sageMexican blue sageBlue oak sageThe plant is part of the Lamiaceae (mint) family of plants.
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Scarlet Sage Care: Tips On Growing Salvia Splendens In The Garden

The scarlet sage plant aka Salvia splendens SAL-vee-uh, SPLEN-denz is a tender herbaceous species of the mint family (Lamiaceae) and is native to Brazil.The Salvia plant grows as a tender perennial in its native range due to the hot weather, but in temperate zones, it grows as an annual plant.Named and described in 1822, Salvia splendens was then commonly called Lee’s scarlet sage.
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