Salvias For Sale

 

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT I HAVE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED SENDING PLANTS OVER XMAS AND DEPENDING ON HOW HOT IT IS

 

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  • AGNESAgnes .

    Agnes is an odd species name for this small evergreen salvia. It hails from Mexico and is very similar to salvia lavanduloides but not quite the same. Agnes is paler blue and appears to be shorter in growth, about 80cm,  … Continue reading

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  • AMARISSIMAAmarissima--copy

    This is a Mexican salvia I saw growing wild in the mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico. In Australia it is quite a pleasant plant for part of the border. It is probably too open for a feature plant but you may … 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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  • 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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  • AURITA AND AURITA GALPINIAurita  galpini

    In Australia we have been a bit muddled as to what is aurita and it seems to be a small plant with pale blue flowers which I had once or twice. Aurita galpini is a fairly vigorous evergreen ground cover … Continue reading

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