If you have salvia and want more of these easy-care beauties, nobody can blame you. Fortunately, it’s not difficult to propagate. Can you grow salvia from cuttings? Click here for information about salvia cutting propagation.
Mealycup sage has stunning purple-blue flowers that attract pollinators and brighten the landscape. The name may not sound terribly pretty, but the plant also goes by the name blue salvia. Click here for some comprehensive blue salvia information.
What is Mojave sage? Native to Southern California, Mojave sage is a woody shrub with aromatic, silvery-green foliage and spiky lavender blooms. Click on the article that follows to learn more about this vibrant, dry-climate plant.
Looking for an easy care bloomer that attracts hummingbirds? Look no further than eyelash leaved sage. What is an eyelash sage? Click on the article that follows to find out about growing eyelash sage plants and care.
Used to sandy, poor soil, sage requires little maintenance and is perfect for filling in areas where most other plants would die. Click this article to learn more about growing purple sage plants and the care of purple sage in gardens.
Lyreleaf sage plants are valued primarily for their colorful foliage, which emerges as deep green or burgundy in spring. The color deepens as the season progresses. Interested in learning about growing lyreleaf sage? Click this article and learn more.
I love salvias! They are colorful with abundant flowers and great habitat plants too. If you are like me and want to enjoy even more of these beautiful plants, then transplanting salvia to other areas of the garden may be of some interest. Click here for more info.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
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 the different salvia plants in this article.