The Salvias represent the biggest and most diverse genus of perennial in the plant world. Their homes are far flung across the continents of the world and their growth habits and colours vary immensely.
We grow quite a large selection of them as they mix well with roses. OK some are thugs and need to be planted in wild tough places to stop them taking over the world…but hey! roses are just the same! so there’s a salvia to go with every rose really.
We attempt to have a selection available at any given time, but will portray here the varieties we have growing in the garden. If they are not currently available, feel free to inquire when they might be.
This page could take a while to complete so bear with an incomplete list to start…
The Salvias are $5-$6 each,well grown plants
Mexicana, tall with lime green and dark purple flowers,
Gregii, low non stop flowerers, many different colours. ,
Involucrata medium tall in the more common pink and also a dark pink/purple version.
Iodantha cerise 3m
Madrensis yellow 2m
Africanus 50cm brown
Pineapple Sage 1m red
Leucanthe 90cm purple/ blue and white