Salvia Seeds & Plants

Perennial evergreen popular for healing and cooking

For centuries credited with healing and culinary properties, Salvia (sage) is now cultivated in gardens throughout the world for their decorative flowers and as attractive groundcover. Varying in size, type of leaf, flower color, and foliage pattern, the plant grows up to 2 feet in height, flowering in late spring or summer. Though light purple is most common, Salvia flowers can also be white, pink, or a darker shade of purple. Modern cultivars include leaves with purple, rose, cream, and yellow in many combinations, increasing their garden popularity.