Salvia

Salvia

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Salvia (Purple Flowering Sage) S. argentea

These upright plants have blooms of purple in the months of June to August. These blooms can be blue, purple, rose, violet, pink or white.  These sturdy upright spikes provide months of color.  Deer will not usually eat this perennial.

Do not plant it above 7,500 feet.  They can grow to be 12-24” high and 24-36” wide.

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