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Sage or Salvia is a beautiful garden plant that comes in many forms from the edible herb to the blooming perennial. Many types of perennials and shrub Salvias bloom with colorful flowers. They vary in growing habit by variety growing anwhere from 2 - 6 feet tall. They are a favorite of butterflies and hummingbirds and bloom spring through fall. Once they are established in your garden they require little care or water. Plant them in full sun.


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Sage or Salvia is a beautiful garden plant that comes in many forms from the edible herb to the blooming perennial. Many types of perennials and shrub Salvias bloom with colorful flowers. They vary in growing habit by variety growing anwhere from 2 - 6 feet tall. They are a favorite of butterflies and hummingbirds and bloom spring through fall. Once they are established in your garden they require little care or water. Plant them in full sun.

Additional Information Sage or Salvia is a beautiful garden plant that comes in many forms from the edible herb to the blooming perennial. Many types of perennials and shrub Salvias bloom with colorful flowers. They vary in growing habit by variety growing anwhere from 2 - 6 feet tall. They are a favorite of butterflies and hummingbirds and bloom spring through fall. Once they are established in your garden they require little care or water. Plant them in full sun.
Plant Type Perennials, Herbs, Annuals
Light Needs Full Sun
Water Needs Low
Special Uses Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Waterwise
Landscape Uses Commercial, Container, Garden Beds, Mass Planting, Specimen / Accent
Flower Color Black, Blue, Burgundy, Magenta, Orange-Red, Purplish-Pink, Red, White
Bloom Time Spring, Summer, Summer to Frost

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