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Salvia hians Sage

seeds of Salvia hians. This biennial or perennial from the Himalayas has scented, hairy leaves and forms a small shrub 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide. It bears 1.5-inch-long purplish-blue flowers with white lips (called bee lines) from early to late summer. The flowers are clasped by rusty colored calyxes that accent color of the blooms. Salvias are some of the showiest plants for containers, annual borders, and mixed borders. Butterflies and hummingbirds love them. Zones 5-9.
Salvia hians Sage

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Seeds from Salvia hians. This biennial or perennial from the Himalayas has scented, hairy leaves and forms a small shrub 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide. It bears one and a half inches long purplish blue flowers with white lips called bee lines from early to late summer. The flowers are clasped by rusty colored calyxes that accent color of the blooms. Salvias are some of the showiest plants for containers, annual borders, and mixed borders. Butterflies and hummingbirds love them. Zones 5 to 9.



Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout lyre-leaf sage

seeds Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout. Beautiful dark purple variegated foliage and purple 3/4" flowers on purple-black stems. Grown mainly for foliage of compact rosettes of shiny burgundy leaves that turn purple in the summer and then red in the fall. Pale lilac flowers apprear in the spring and summer but are insignificant. Young leaves have a mild minty flavor, used in salads. Growing 18 inches in zones 6-9. seeds Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout. Beautiful dark purple variegated foliage and purple 3/4" flowers on purple-black stems. Grown mainly for foliage of compact rosettes of shiny burgundy leaves that turn purple in the summer and then red in the fall. Pale lilac flowers apprear in the spring and summer but are insignificant. Young leaves have a mild minty flavor, used in salads. Growing 18 inches in zones 6-9.
Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout lyre-leaf sage

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Seeds Salvia lyrata Purple Knockout. Beautiful dark purple variegated foliage and purple three quarter inch flowers on purple black stems. Grown mainly for foliage of compact rosettes of shiny burgundy leaves that turn purple in the summer and then red in the fall. Pale lilac flowers appear in the spring and summer but are insignificant. Young leaves have a mild minty flavor, used in salads. Growing 18 inches in zones 6 to 9.



Scabiosa atropurpurea Pincushion Flower

10 seeds Scabiosa atropurpurea or Pincushion Flower, Mourning Bride, Mournful Widow, Sweet Scabious or Egypian Rose. This tender perennial or annual is hardy in zones 9a 11. Long-flowering from late June right up to the first hard frost of autumn, Scabiosa atropurpurea is an upright hardy annual, biennial, or half-hardy perennial, two to four feet tall, clumping to a foot or so wide. Forklore: In the Victorian era, in the language of flowers, Sweet Scabious was symbolic of grief, while other species of pin-cushion flowers symbolized misfortune at love. S. atropurpurea was worn by widows hence the folk-names Mourning Bride or Mourning Widow. 10 seeds Scabiosa atropurpurea or Pincushion Flower, Mourning Bride, Mournful Widow, Sweet Scabious or Egypian Rose. This tender perennial or annual is hardy in zones 9a 11. Long-flowering from late June right up to the first hard frost of autumn, Scabiosa atropurpurea is an upright hardy annual, biennial, or half-hardy perennial, two to four feet tall, clumping to a foot or so wide. Forklore: In the Victorian era, in the language of flowers, Sweet Scabious was symbolic of grief, while other species of pin-cushion flowers symbolized misfortune at love. S. atropurpurea was worn by widows hence the folk-names Mourning Bride or Mourning Widow.
Scabiosa atropurpurea Pincushion Flower

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Seeds Scabiosa atropurpurea or Pincushion Flower, Mourning Bride, Mournful Widow, Sweet Scabious or Egypian Rose. This tender perennial or annual is hardy in zones 9a to 11. Long flowering from late June right up to the first hard frost of autumn, Scabiosa atropurpurea is an upright hardy annual, biennial, or half hardy perennial, two to four feet tall, clumping to a foot or so wide. Forklore In the Victorian era, in the language of flowers, Sweet Scabiosa was symbolic of grief, while other species of pin cushion flowers symbolized misfortune at love. S. atropurpurea was worn by widows hence the folk names Mourning Bride or Mourning Widow.



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