Violet Purple Blooms Summer Through FallSalvia Evolution, Salvia farinacea ‘Evolution’, makes a striking expression when planted in masses in your landscape!‘Evolution’ attracts butterflies, birds and hummers with its intense and rich purple blossoms. This is far and away the best Mealycup Sage ever grown, and it deserves a big planting in your sunniest garden spot!’Evolution’ really is a whole new generation for Salvia, with richer blooms, better branching, more compact plants, superb weather resistance, and an extra-long season of bloom. Every bloom stalk on these sturdy little plants is packed with deep violet-purple blooms, far brighter and less prone to fading than older varieties.The blooming begins in early to midsummer and keeps going right into fall, extending your season of color in the Sage garden by several weeks. What a low maintenance plant!This plant puts up with bad weather from heat and humidity to drought and unseasonable cold. It’s unstoppable!This ‘Evolution’ plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Long blooming* Violet purple blooms* Weather resistance Salvia Deadheading Will Reward You!Pick your color….
Crimson Flowers All SummerSalvia Furman’s Red, Salvia greggi ‘Furman’s Red’, is an extremely long blooming selection that is hardy to zone 5. It is valued for its tightly branched, upright growth habit and profusion of bright red flowers from the beginning of early summer through fall.The crimson to scarlet flowers is produced in repeated flushes from May through October. Salvia ‘Furman’s Red’ is a woody 2′ perennial that looks best if cut back in the spring.This eye-catching salvia offers an abundance of stunning blooms, over neat crinkly foliage. It is an absolute favorite of hummingbirds. Culturally undemanding, ‘Furman’s Red’ tolerates a wide range of soils requiring only that they quickly drain. Just a bit of extra water during dry spells encourages more flowers.’Furman’s Red’ enjoys warm temperatures and is moderately drought tolerant; mixes well with other beautiful summer flowering perennials. You will love the results when colorful perennials like purple coneflowers and summer phlox, or yellows like Melampodium, black-eyed Susan and ‘New Gold’ Lantana are combined with ‘Furman’s Red’.You will not just want one gorgeous ‘Furman’s Red’ plant, so plant in clusters of three or five!If you place the plants so they form a triangle or a sweep, the ‘Furman’s Red’ plants will grow together to make one clump of an amazing color. This beautiful and stunning red grouping will create a bright spot that will be the envy of everyone who sees it!*Crimson Red Flowers*Blooms All Season*Attracts Hummingbirds Salvia Deadheading Will Reward You!.
Glowing Purple Beacons Attract ButterfliesThe Salvia ‘May Night’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Mainacht’, has glowing purple stems loaded with violet-purple flowers that bloom from June to October.With its blue-gray, lance-shaped aromatic foliage, it makes an attractive accent all summer long. It has a plant height of 18” and a spread of 18-24” and stays in excellent compact form.It was selected Perennial Plant of the year in 1997, and one can see why. Salvia ‘May Night’ should be planted in full sun in a moist well-drained area. To increase bloom time, it should be cut back after the first bloom. It can be clipped back hard after blooming to rejuvenate the foliage.‘May Night’ is a magnet for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and is deer-resistant. It is hardy for container gardening and provides excellent cut flowers. This plant tolerates heat and humidity. You may divide this plant in early spring or fall.Its blooms look wonderful next to Sedum ‘Matrona’, Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’, and Saliva ‘Snow Hill’.* Glowing Purple Flowers* Blooms All Season* Loves Sun and Attracts ButterfliesSalvia Deadheading Will Reward You!.