Salvia farinacea offers stately pale blue blooms on a 3-foot-tall plant of gray-green foliage. It’s a perennial in Zones 7-10, but is usually grown as an annual.
Salvia divinorum (also known as sage of the diviners, ska maría pastora, seer’s sage, yerba de la pastora and just salvia) is a psychoactive plant which can induce
Learning how to grow salvia and how to take care of salvia plants provides a wide range of sights and smells, as there are many types to choose from. Find out about
Salvia farinacea in the family Lamiaceae (Labiatae) is a native plant with long, narrow leaves which grow in clusters. Plants
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How to Plant Red Salvia. Although red salvia blossoms may be red, they are also often pink or even lavender. Red salvia grows as a perennial plant in USDA zones
picture Botanical name Common name Borders Info : Id# Iris versicolor: Blue Flag Iris: 6 : 1037 : Phormium tenax ‘Amazing Red’ New Zealand Flax : 21 : 773: Aeonium
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How to Plant Salvia. The salvia plant is a semi-tropical perennial that prefers warm, humid environments. Stemming from the Mint family (Lamiaceae), the salvia plant