Wish ListInteractive Greenhouse MapPlant CalculatorMulch CalculatorPlanting/Harvest Date Calculator
January 18, 2018

Join our Mailing List


Quick Search:
Include prior years
Exact match
Container Recipe Name
 


We accept:

Connect with us:
Check out Vite Greenhouses on Yelp

Quick Search: 'Salvia' - Displayed by Common Name in Ascending Order

69 plants found*. Generated on 1/18/2018. Display Plant Images Only   Printer-Friendly List
*Displaying all plants meeting criteria, including plants only available in prior years

Change View Preferences • Disclaimer: Although we make every effort to keep this list updated, we cannot guarantee the availability of any of the plants listed. Please call before making a special trip.
Tips for Efficient Printing
Before proceeding:
  • To print more columns on a single page, print the report in Landscape mode. To do this, change your printer's 'Orientation' to Landscape in your browser's Printer Settings dialog box.
  • Hide unneeded columns (to reduce print output width) by unchecking column names in the 'View Preferences' box at the bottom of this screen. If this screen is currently in the 'Plant Images Only' view, you must first click the 'Display In List Format' checkbox before you can hide the columns you do not want to print. Your print output will match whatever you are viewing here.
Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
Description
Greenhouse Location Thumb-
nail Image
Flower Color Foliage Color Annual/ Perennial Exposure Bloom Season Height Spread Hardiness Zone
(See Map)
Container Size
Spring Summer Autumn
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Sage Salvia coccinea
1. Spanish Dancer
Beautiful scarlet-red flowers with contrasting black calyces,   Click to display 'Spanish Dancer' tag image 24"-30" 14"-18" 9-10 6" Green
Salvia lyrata
2. Purple Vulcano
    Click to display 'Purple Vulcano' tag image n/a n/a 18"-24" 16"-20" 3-8 4" Green
Salvia superba
3. Adora Blue
With a dense, clumping habit and a profusion of flower spikes, growers will adore the new Salvia 'Adora Blue'. Deep, violet blue flower petals unfold on upright flower spikes.   Click to display 'Adora Blue' tag image 15"-18" 12" 5 4" Green
Salvia x superba
4. Merleau Blue
Produces richly colored flower spikes right through the summer. Attracts hummingbirds. Perfect for beds, borders and as cut flowers.   Click to display 'Merleau Blue' tag image 8"-10" 10"-12" 4-9 4" Green
Sage (Autumn) Salvia greggii
5. Lipstick
Attractive tall spikes covered in a profusion of blooms from spring until fall. Drought and heat toleratn once established. Excellen in the perennial border.   Click to display 'Lipstick' tag image 26" 24" 7-9 6" Green
6. Navajo Bright Red
    Click to display 'Navajo Bright Red' tag image n/a n/a 12"-24" 12" 7-9 6" Green
7. Navajo Rose
    Click to display 'Navajo Rose' tag image n/a n/a 12"-24" 12" 7-9 6" Green
8. Red
    Click to display 'Red' tag image n/a n/a 36"-36" 9" 7-9 6" Green
9. Stampede™ Cherry
    Click to display 'Stampede™ Cherry' tag image n/a n/a 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
10. Stampede™ Lavender
    Click to display 'Stampede™ Lavender' tag image n/a n/a 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
Sage (Cedar) Salvia roemariana
11. Hot Trumpets
Cedar Sage is a low-growing Perennial with heart-shaped, fragrant leaves and tubular crimson flowers that bloom from June through September. Attractive for the front of the border or in containers.   Click to display 'Hot Trumpets' tag image 12"-15" 12"-15" 7-8 4" Green
Sage (Common) Salvia officinalis
12. Berggarten
Cooks and gardeners alike are indebted to this evergreen perennial for the unique, pungent flavor and aroma that its gray-green leaves produce. S. 'Berggarten' is more compact than the species, forming a 2' tall by 3' wide bush with woody stems that may be trimmed back to newly emerging growth or strong stems in spring. In early to mid-summer, it sends up purple flower spikes. It boasts attractively rounded leaves and, like the species, has both ornamental and culinary qualities in an herb garden. It tolerates alkaline soils, but not wet winter conditions. 8D-North Click to display 'Berggarten' tag image 15"-18" 15"-20" 5-9 4½" White
13. Common (Garden) Sage
Aromatic foliage and blue flower spikes make a show addition to the herb or flower garden. Fresh or dried leaves add flavor to sausage, stuffing, salad and soup. Attractive in arrangements, fresh or dried. Can be grown indoors in winter. 8D-North Click to display 'Common (Garden) Sage' tag image 18"-24" 18" 4-8 4" Green
Sage (Golden Leaf Common)
14. Icterina
This golden-yellow variegated form of Sage keeps its shape and color beautifully in fall and winter. Has showy blue flower spikes in summer.   Click to display 'Icterina' tag image 10"-12" 18" 5-10 4½" White
Sage (Meadow) Salvia pratensis
15. Rose Rhapsody (Ballet series)
A lovely selection of sage with long stems of hooded, pink flowers. They are produced well above the short mounds of light green, wrinkled leaves in early summer. If cut back after the first round of flowers, it reblooms reliably in early fall.   Click to display 'Rose Rhapsody (Ballet series)' tag image 20" 24"-30" 3-8 4" Green
Sage (Mealycup) Salvia farinacea
16. Cathedral™ Deep Blue
Compact, early flowering plant produces spikes of bright blooms. A reliable choice for borders, containers, and rock gardens.   Click to display 'Cathedral™ Deep Blue' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
17. Cathedral™ Lavender
Compact, early flowering plant produces spikes of bright blooms. A reliable choice for borders, containers, and rock gardens.   Click to display 'Cathedral™ Lavender' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
18. Cathedral™ Purple
Compact, early flowering plant produces spikes of bright purple blooms. A reliable choice for borders, containers, and rock gardens.   Click to display 'Cathedral™ Purple' tag image n/a 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
19. Cathedral™ Sky Blue
Compact, early flowering plant produces spikes of bright blooms. A reliable choice for borders, containers, and rock gardens.   Click to display 'Cathedral™ Sky Blue' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
20. Cathedral™ White
Spikes of clear white flowers grace the branches of the bushy mealycup sage, Cathedral™ White. The floriferous salvias in the Cathedral™ Series are very compact and produce lots of extra large flower spikes all season long.   Click to display 'Cathedral™ White' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" 8-11 4½" White
21. Evolution
Distinct violet flowers are unusual. Good in beds, borders, cut or dried.   Click to display 'Evolution' tag image 16"-24" 12"-16" 8-11 Flat
22. Fairy Queen
Compact, early flowering plant produces spikes of bright blooms. A reliable choice for borders, containers, and rock gardens.   Click to display 'Fairy Queen' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" n/a Flat
23. Strata
Refreshing bicolor blue and white flowers. Good in beds, borders, cut or dried.   Click to display 'Strata' tag image 12"-14" 12" n/a Flat
24. Victoria Blue
Resembling lavender with its rich violet-blue flower spikes, ‘Victoria Blue’ is a compact, multi-branched variety which blooms profusely from late spring to frost. Its bluish-green leaves are nicely aromatic. 9D-South Click to display 'Victoria Blue' tag image 15"-16" 8"-10" n/a Flat
25. Victoria White
Stately, uniform 18" tall plants produce graceful spikes of pristine white bells atop clean, green foliage. Ideal for cutting and in any garden setting. Grows best in full to partial sun.   Click to display 'Victoria White' tag image 15"-16" 8"-10" n/a Flat
Sage (Pineapple) Salvia elegans
26. Golden Delicious
Fuzzy, bright yellow foliage provdes a brilliant backdrop for fire engine red, tubular flowers that appear in spring and again in late summer. When crushed the leaves release a strong Pineapple scent. Use the fresh leaves to flavor sun tea.   Click to display 'Golden Delicious' tag image 12"-24" 15"-30" 8-11 6" Green
27. Pineapple Sage
Pineapple sage…smells like pineapple! It is an underrated herb in the garden that has quite a few uses. It makes a very tasty cold or hot tea. It can be chopped into fruit and vegetable salads. It also has beautiful, edible flowers with a sweet taste. A sprig of pineapple sage as a garnish can make a dish of ice cream or slice of cheesecake look almost decadent. 8D-North Click to display 'Pineapple Sage' tag image 36"-48" 36"-40" 5-9 4½" White
Sage (Purple Leaf Common) Salvia officinalis 
28. Purpurascens
Lamb's Ear-like foliage in shades of softest purple. Lovely with white- and silver-foliage plants. Striking blue flower spikes in summer. 8D-North Click to display 'Purpurascens' tag image 24"-24" 18" 5-11 4½" White
Sage (Scarlet) Salvia splendens
29. Bonfire
Vibrant flower spikes provide summer-long color to hot areas where other annuals fail.   Click to display 'Bonfire' tag image 18"-18" 12" n/a Flat
30. Flare
Tall, bushy, vigorous plants with bold spikes of fiery red. Very friendly to hummingbirds and butterflies. Ideal for large beds and borders. 9D-North Click to display 'Flare' tag image 18"-20" 12"-16" n/a Flat
31. Lighthouse™ Purple
Planted in the border, the deep purple spikes with dark to black corollas of the statuesque 3' plants become beacons of sense-drenching color. Showy in the garden bed or container, easy to grow, the upright, heat tolerant plants are low maintenance and high impact. 9D-North Click to display 'Lighthouse™ Purple' tag image 18"-26" 12"-18" 10-11 Flat
32. Lighthouse™ Red
The bushy plants display long-lasting color like a beacon in the garden. Makes an ideal low-maintenance background plant in landscapes, with heat resistance and long-lasting color; can also be used in large patio containers.   Click to display 'Lighthouse™ Red' tag image 24"-30" 10"-12" 10-11 Flat
33. Oasis Red
Unlike many salvias, Oasis is both early to bloom and long-lasting, and its color doesn't fade, even in hot conditions. It's robust and easier to grow than many, with a branching habit, dark foliage, and a profusion of bright red flowers.   Click to display 'Oasis Red' tag image n/a n/a 12"-16" 12"-14" 9-11 Flat
34. Red Hot Sally II
Deep red flower spikes provide a striking display in early summer. Compact uniform foliage. 9D-North Click to display 'Red Hot Sally II' tag image 10"-12" 8"-10" 8-10 Flat
35. Vista™ Burgundy
Tremendous show of continuous color from well-packed flower spikes. Color intensity remains even in hot areas where other annuals fail.   Click to display 'Vista™ Burgundy' tag image n/a 10"-12" 8"-10" n/a Flat
36. Vista™ Purple
Tremendous show of continuous color from well-packed flower spikes. Color intensity remains even in hot areas where other annuals fail. 9D-North Click to display 'Vista™ Purple' tag image 10"-12" 8"-10" n/a Flat
37. Vista™ Red
Tremendous show of continuous color from well-packed flower spikes. Color intensity remains even in hot areas where other annuals fail.   Click to display 'Vista™ Red' tag image 10"-12" 8"-10" n/a Flat
38. Vista™ Salmon
Tremendous show of continuous color from well-packed flower spikes. Color intensity remains even in hot areas where other annuals fail. 9D-North Click to display 'Vista™ Salmon' tag image n/a 10"-12" 8"-10" n/a Flat
Sage (Silver) Salvia argentea
39. Silver Sage
Wonderful fuzzy gray basal rosette of foliage; adds great interest to combinations, heat tolerant.   Click to display 'Silver Sage' tag image n/a 10"-14" 12"-18" 9 6" Green
Sage (Tricolor Common) Salvia officinalis 
40. Tricolor
Classy and different, the purple parts of 'Tricolor's white-edged, variegated foliage turn pink in cool weather. Showy lilac-blue flower spikes in summer.   Click to display 'Tricolor' tag image 10"-12" 10"-12" 5-11 4½" White
Salvia Salvia
41. Mesa Scarlet
Small colorful flowers make an attractive show from spring to fall. Dense, bushy plants with a vigorous upright growth habit. Mesa Salvia adds height and color to both landscape beds and containers. Tolerates light frost.   Click to display 'Mesa Scarlet' tag image 18"-24" 14"-16" 7 6" Green
42. Mystic Spires Blue
This salvia has dark green leaves, covered with true blue flowers and is naturally compact and well branched. It is perfect for Landscape and mixed combos.   Click to display 'Mystic Spires Blue' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" n/a 6" Green
Salvia coccinea 
43. Coral Nymph
Graceful flower spikes of salmon-coral and white bloom until frost. Bushy, semi-dwarf habit.   Click to display 'Coral Nymph' tag image 24"-24" 18" n/a Flat
44. Lady in Red
Award-winning variety with dazzling spires of scarlet red flowers until frost.   Click to display 'Lady in Red' tag image 15"-15" 12" n/a Flat
45. Summer Jewel™ Pink
Sister to earlier AAS Winner Salvia 'Summer Jewel Red', this dwarf sized, compact plant has a prolific bloom count throughout the growing season. As a bonus, the blooms appear almost two weeks earlier than other pink salvias used as comparisons. And of course, the hummingbirds love pink, just as much as they do red! 9D-North Click to display 'Summer Jewel™ Pink' tag image n/a n/a 10"-24" 10"-12" 9-11 Flat
46. Summer Jewel™ Red
Neat, heavy blooming, 20" plants produce spikes of brilliant red flowers, continusously from spring until fall. They are hummingbird magnets. Flowers appear two weeks earlier, and hold better in wind and rain, than other salvias of this type. 9D-North Click to display 'Summer Jewel™ Red' tag image n/a n/a 16"-20" 10"-12" 9-11 Flat
47. Summer Jewel™ White
A third color in the popular Summer Jewel series, white brings a much-needed color to compact salvias. This dwarf sized, compact plant has a prolific bloom count throughout the summer. As a bonus, the blooms appear almost two weeks earlier than other white salvias used as comparisons. Because of the compactness and number of flowers, Summer Jewel White is great for large landscaped areas, as well as containers and small beds. 9D-North Click to display 'Summer Jewel™ White' tag image 10"-13" 12"-15" 9-11 Flat
Salvia darcyi x S. microphylla
48. Windwalker® Royal Red
Windwalker® Royal Red salvia is a robust grower with graceful stems crowned with blood-red flowers from late June through October. Hummingbirds LOVE this new perennial salvia!   Click to display 'Windwalker® Royal Red' tag image 46"-50" 46"-50" 5-9 6" Green
Salvia guaranitica
49. Black & Bloom
Big impact: thicker leaf, bigger bloom and darker stem than Black & Blue. Tough as nails – thrives in heat, drought and humidity. Desirable blue color against the black stem stands out in every landscape or container. 3C-North Click to display 'Black & Bloom' tag image 36"-48" 36"-48" 7-10 6" Green
50. Black and Blue
This eye catching Salvia has abundant, deep cobalt blue, tubular blooms and nearly black calyxes, flowers all summer into fall. More compact than many of the S. guaranitica species, and very dramatic in the garden. Hummingbirds love them. 3C-North Click to display 'Black and Blue' tag image 36"-36" 24" 7-10 6" Green
51. Purple Majesty
Deep purple flower spikes bloom over striking dark green foliage.   Click to display 'Purple Majesty' tag image 36"-48" 36"-48" 7-10 6" Green
Salvia lyrata
52. Purple Knockout
Rich burgundy foliage in neat, low mounds holds its color through the heat of summer. Lovely at garden's edge or in the rock garden, planted with cool silver artemisia or plants with vibrant yellow foliage. Flowers attract butterflies.   Click to display 'Purple Knockout' tag image 15"-15" 15" 5-9 4" Green
Salvia microphylla
53. Hot Lips
    Click to display 'Hot Lips' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a 6" Green
Salvia nemerosa
54. Crystal Blue
‘Crystal Blue’ Salvia is the first of its kind—an incredibly unique light sky blue (most perennial Salvias are darker purple), a cool shade perfectly fitting for a perennial that blooms relatively early in the season.   Click to display 'Crystal Blue' tag image 18"-20" 24"-26" 3-8 8" Green
55. Sallyrosa™ April Night
Salvia nemorosa 'Sallyrosa™ April Night' blooms about a month earlier than most varieties and the species in general. Plants are more upright and possess stronger branching than the species. Sturdy and strong, April Night features an upright growth habit and stays a petite 12 to 14 inches high. Bloom time is also longer than other varieties—flowers appear from spring on through summer (approximately May through July). Ideal in gardens, patios, pots and mixed containers alike, it prefers full to partial sun.   Click to display 'Sallyrosa™ April Night' tag image 12"-14" 18"-20" 5-9 8" Green
56. Snow Hill
'Snow Hill' is a reliable garden plant with a more compact habit than other perennial salvias. Pure white flower spikes put on a marvelous show beginning in early summer and continue well into the summer if deadheaded.   Click to display 'Snow Hill' tag image 20" 15"-18" 3-8 8" Green
Salvia nemorosa
57. Caradonna
'Caradonna' has a rigidly upright habit and dark purple flower stems which accentuate the bright violet-blue flowers. They are great in fresh bouquets. The leaves are aromatic when crushed.   Click to display 'Caradonna' tag image 24"-30" 15" 3-8 8" Green
58. May Night
This German selection has received a great deal of attention because its flowers are an especially rich indigo, and it blooms even longer than other hardy Salvias. An outstanding garden plant that was recognized as the Perennial Plant of the Year in 1997.   Click to display 'May Night' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" 3-8 8" Green
59. New Dimension Rose
This first year flowering perennial salvia bears richly colored, rose pink flowers held on pinkish purple stems. It blooms right along with the other salvias in early to midsummer and will rebloom in early fall if cut back after flowering.

If grown in a container, this plant typically grows 8-10” tall. Plants grown in the ground are typically double that size the second year.

  Click to display 'New Dimension Rose' tag image 14"-18" 18"-24" 4-8 4" Green
60. Plumosa
Thick plume-like panicles are very deep purple and are very unique from other salvias. They retain this wonderful color when harvested and dried. The foliage and habit is similar to other nemorosa types and is also aromatic when crushed.   Click to display 'Plumosa' tag image 18" 15"-18" 3-8 8" Green
61. Rose Queen
This perennial Sage produces spikes of small tubular flowers in a delicious shade of rose-pink. It looks great with all the blues and purples that this gourp offers and makes a stunning trio with Shasta Daisies and Hardy Geraniums.   Click to display 'Rose Queen' tag image n/a n/a 24" 12"-18" 3-8 4" Green
62. Rosenwein
Beautiful flower spikes attract butterflies to the garden and make excellent cut flowers, fresh or dried. Complements many perennials including sedum, daisies, rudbeckia and grasses. Extend flowering and promote rebloom by removing faded flowers often.   Click to display 'Rosenwein' tag image 18"-24" 12"-18" 3-9 4" Green
63. Sensation Deep Blue
Spikes of soft dark blue flowers. Long and profuse blooming. Compact dwarf.   Click to display 'Sensation Deep Blue' tag image 12" 12" 4 8" Green
64. Swifty® Violet
A shorter, more compact Salvia. Cut back by 2/3 for second bloom. Try planting with Geum, Liatris and Bellflower.   Click to display 'Swifty® Violet' tag image 8"-12" 10"-14" 3-8 4½" White
Salvia splendens
65. Ablazin'™ Purple
'Ablazin' Purple' salvia have spikes of eggplant purple flowers gracing deep green foliage. Makes an excellent thriller plant in the center of combinations. Excellent architectural plant when used in the landscape - and a hummingbird magnet! 3C-North Click to display 'Ablazin'™ Purple' tag image 18"-26" 12"-18" 10-11 6" Green
66. Ablazin'™ Tabasco
'Ablazin' Tabasco' salvia have spikes of brillian scarlet flowers gracing light green foliage. Makes an excellent thriller plant in the center of combinations. Excellent architectural plant when used in the landscape - and a hummingbird magnet! 3C-North Click to display 'Ablazin'™ Tabasco' tag image 18"-26" 12"-18" 10-11 6" Green
Salvia x superba 
67. Blue Queen
'Blue Queen' mounts an arresting display of deep violet-blue spikes in late spring, with new spikes continuing to appear right through summer if the old ones are removed. It looks marvelous with its pink sibling, 'Rose Queen.'   Click to display 'Blue Queen' tag image 12"-24" 12" 3-8 4" Green
Salvia x sylvestris
68. Sweet 16
In late spring to early summer, ‘Sweet 16’ puts on a fabulous show with its long wands of vibrant rose purple buds which open to larger, brighter lavender pink flowers with a purple lip. Secondary branching on the flower stems extends the bloom time.

Like many Salvias, this one produces a mostly basal clump of rugose green foliage from which the flower stems arise. How sweet it is! A notable improvement over ‘Eveline’ due to its larger flowers, brighter color, and branched flower stems.

  Click to display 'Sweet 16' tag image 18"-24" 24"-28" 3-8 8" Green
Salvia (Variegated Japanese) Salvia nipponica
69. Fuji Snow
    Click to display 'Fuji Snow' tag image n/a n/a 20"-24" 12"-18" 3-8 4½" White
Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
Description
Greenhouse Location Thumb-
nail Image
Flower Color Foliage Color Annual/ Perennial Exposure
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Height Spread Hardiness Zone
(See Map)
Container Size
Spring Summer Autumn
Bloom Season

Back to top

VIEW PREFERENCES
Change the number of plants per page:
Display new plants only () Show Row Number
Hide sold-out plants () Show Thumbnail Image
 
Only display plants from prior years unavailable this year ()
Include plants available in prior years but not this year ()
 
Display Order View by Light Exposure Columns Displayed

View list by Botanical Name

View list in Descending Order
 
Order by Common Name
Order by Plant Height
Order by Bloom Season
  All Plants
Full Sun
No plants meet this criteria. Full Sun to Full Shade
Full Sun to Part Shade
No plants meet this criteria. Part Shade
No plants meet this criteria. Part Shade to Full Shade
No plants meet this criteria. Full Shade
Description
Greenhouse Location
Thumbnail Image
Flower Color
Foliage Color
Annual/Perennial
Exposure
Bloom Season
Height
Spread
Hardiness Zone
Container Size

Login • Site Map • Privacy Policy and Disclaimer
Copyright ©2005-2018 Vite Greenhouses, Inc.