Salvia (Perennial Sage) – Blue

Salvia, or perennial sage, is an easygoing, rewarding perennial with outstanding bloom in garden beds and borders. Plants form a bushy clump of grey-green leaves, with upright, deep blue, purple, or rose flower spikes. Most varieties bloom from May through June, and then again in late summer into fall.

Salvias are pollinator favourites, and this plant is attractive to both butterflies and hummingbirds. Plants are reasonably drought tolerant, once established. Excellent for cutting.

Plant in full sun, and for longest bloom, trim away spent flowers to encourage new growth.

Grows 24″ high and 12″ wide.  Sun

Learn more about supporting bees and butterflies in your garden. Visit our blog and read Planting For Pollinators here!

Quick Start for new plants! The ultimate boost for new plants, ensuring healthy growth and vibrant blooms from the start



Flower Season


Light Exposure


Mature Size

24" high and 12-18" wide