Salvias For Sale

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  • ADENOPHORAAdenophora

    Adenophora came into Australia sometime last century as seed called S.pulchella but I think it is always given its correct name nowadays. It comes from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. Adenophora has bright scarlet flowers mainly in autumn and winter … Continue reading

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  • AFRICANA LUTEAAfricanus     lutea

    Another South African, this shrubby salvia has been around Australia for 20-30 years. It is a hardy evergreen for drought or whatever you wish to give it. It seemed to originally be called Africana aurea and some people are going … Continue reading

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  • ANTHONY PARKERAnthony Parker

    A  neat evergreen grey leaved hybrid, autumn/winter flowering, indigo blue, 1-2m This is a variety originating around Carolina in the U.S. and named after a small relative. It appears to be a hybrid between S. leucantha and elegans.    It is an … Continue reading

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  • APIANAAPIANA..

    This Californian salvia is an attractive foliage plant to 2m with smooth pungent grey foliage. Some people in Australia burn the dry leaves and wave them to ‘cleanse’ their houses as is the Indian custom. Apiana is somewhat fussy about … Continue reading

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  • ARIZONICAArizonica

    .                             Arizonica, from Arizona not surprisingly, is a pretty deep blue wanderer for front areas of the border. It is not a strong invader that can’t be … Continue reading

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  • AZUREAAzurea .

    Azurea is an American sage fairly well known in Australia. It is a very pretty heavenly mid blue with canes about 1.5m high. However it does not have its flowers until late summer and by then it is usually flopping. … Continue reading

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