Hardy Salvia Plants

Hardy Salvia plants produce dense, upright spikes bursting with showy flowers above attractively-textured foliage. Being extremely appealing to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, deer tend to leave them alone. They have very few pest or disease problems.


Hardy Salvia, pronounced SAL-vee-uh, and most commonly called Meadow Sage, starts blooming in late spring and continues into the fall. They are drought tolerant and tolerate poor soils so you can pretty much “plant ‘em and forget ‘em”. Pruning the spent blooms will encourage re-blooming, but why wait until they’re spent? They make stunning cut flowers to add height and texture to summer vases. Salvia plants are also available in an annual variety.


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Blue Hills Hardy Salvia Plant

Price $6.00

Our ‘Blue Hills’ Hardy Salvia plant bears long-blooming flower panicles that are almost true blue, just showing a hint of lavender in their superb hues. The medium-green foliage on this Meadow Sage will often have a gray undertone to it and puts forth a most pleasant fragrance. Plant these next to that big boulder in your rock garden or in an area, en masse, where you’d like to naturalize. Each 3-inch pot contains one Blue Hills Hardy Salvia plant.

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May Night Hardy Salvia Plant

Price $6.00

The 'May Night' Hardy Salvia Plant has the deepest, bluish-purple, absolutely stunning blossoms rising above blue-green, aromatic foliage. Selected as the Perennial Plant of the Year in 1997, it remains one of the most popular Meadow Sage cultivars to date. You can just picture the sky being this exact color as daytime turns to night during the month of May. Each 3-inch pot contains one May Night Hardy Salvia plant.

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Snow Hill Hardy Salvia Plant

Price $6.00

The 'Snow Hill' Hardy Salvia Plant is a long and quite prolific bloomer, bearing masses of lacy looking flower spikes atop medium-dark, grayish-green foliage. A little more compact than many Meadow Sage, with flower panicles that are not quite as full, the frilly white flowers seem to be purely icing on top of this fragrant specimen. Each 3-inch pot contains one Snow Hill Hardy Salvia plant.