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1. SURVIVAL GARDEN SEEDS #ad
Non-GMO Heirloom Variety, Survival Garden Seeds, Packet with Instructions to Plant and Grow Mealycup Sage or Salvia Farinacea in Your Home Vegetable Garden, Victoria Blue Sage Seed for Planting #adSURVIVAL GARDEN SEEDS #ad
- Open-pollinated, naturally grown and selected to ensure the best germination rates. Pollinator friendly - the deep blue purple cup shaped flowers grow in showy spikes and attract pollinators, including bees and butterflies.
Will remain viable for years if stored in a cool dry location. Quality seeds - safe, non-hybrid non-gmo heirloom seeds proudly sourced in the USA for your family to plant and grow for years to come. Easy to grow - seeds are packed in a beautiful paper packet with instructions for successful growing and germination in your own home garden.
Native wildflower - mealycup sage, particularly texas and Mexico. Each pack has instructions for saving seeds so you can perpetuate your harvest and share with others.
It is drought-tolerant and good for growing in the heat as a perennial, is native the North American continent, or Victoria Blue, or in colder climates as an annual. The leaves are shiny and elongated, unlike most sage varieties. Grow now or later - plant now or store for future growing seasons. Getting started is simple for both beginner and experienced gardeners.
2. Outsidepride #ad
1000 Seeds, Outsidepride Salvia Blue Victory Mealy Cup Sage Flower Seeds #adOutsidepride #ad
- Grow in full sun to partial shade and in moist but well-draining soil. Keep seed moist until germination. In colder climates, it should be regarded as an annual. Prepare a seedbed by loosening the top 2 inches of soil and weeding. A perennial, has an erect habit with branches producing multiple spikes of two-toned blue and white blooms and silvery foliage.
Or, for areas with a very long growing season, start the seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. The blooms are nice for cutting and they dry well with everlasting color that is perfect for dried arrangements.
Salvia farinacea, or commonly known as salvia or Mealy Cup Sage, this variety, Blue Victory, is very attractive to beneficial insects and hummingbirds. This variety is a perennial only in frost-free zones, but grow it as an annual everywhere else.
Salvia is usually resistant to deer. Do not cover the seeds but gently press them into the soil. With a temperature of 68 - 75F, germination is usually within 30 days. Salvia seed can be started indoors 8 – 10 weeks before the last frost. Salvia is very complimentary in a cottage garden or old-fashioned cutting garden. This variety of salvia grows as a perennial reaching 20 inches tall in USDA zones 8 - 10
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5000 Seeds, Outsidepride Sage Scarlet Wild Flower Seed #adOutsidepride #ad
- Keep seed moist until germination. Prepare a seedbed by loosening the top 2 inches of soil and weeding. Salvia is usually resistant to deer. This 24 - 36 red flowering perennial grows in USDA zones 6 - 9. Grow in full sun to partial shade and in moist but well-draining soil.
Salvia seed can be started indoors 8 – 10 weeks before the last frost. Sowing rate: 4 ounces per 1, 000 square feet or 9 pounds per acre. Scarlet sage has an erect habit with branches producing multiple spikes of brilliant red 1 inch blooms that whorl along the stem.
Salvia coccinea is commonly known as scarlet sage, and it is very attractive to beneficial insects and hummingbirds. Scarlet sage is very nice in naturalized settings and in wildlife gardens.
Space the plants 12 - 18 inches apart. Or, for areas with a very long growing season, start the seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. It is not considered to be invasive. Cover the seed with 1/16 inch of soil. It benefits from deadheading to encourage continuous blooming, but if a few blooms are left to seed, it will produce new plants. With a temperature of 68 - 75F, germination is usually within 30 days.
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Scarlet Red Sage Seeds for Planting Salvia coccinea Twin Pack of 800 Seeds Each, Heirloom & Open Pollinated, Attracts Pollinators, Seed Needs #adSeed Needs #ad
- Keeping them fresh longer than the competition. Measures 3. 25” wide by 4. 25” tall. You can share with friends and family, or save your extra seeds until the next season, if properly stored. Direct from the growers.
If sown correctly, you will begin seeing results in only a matter of days. Quality - all seeds packaged by seed needs are intended for the current and the following growing seasons. Quantity - seed packets by seed needs offer generous quantities.
The vast majority of our seeds are open pollinated & heirloom, with the exception of a few hybrids. Promise - seed needs will never knowingly supply GMO based seed products. All seeds are stored in a temperature controlled facility that is free of significant amounts of moisture.
Packets - each packet displays a beautiful illustration of the variety to be grown, as well as detailed seed sowing information on the reverse side as well. Packaging - all seeds are packed in tear resistant and moisture resistant packaging. Germination - seed needs packets contain some of the freshest seed available.
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Outsidepride Sage Seed, 1 OZ #adOutsidepride #ad
- Harvest the herb plant lightly the first year and prune out the woody stems each spring. With a temperature of 60 – 70f, for areas with a very long growing season, germination is usually within 21 days. Sowing rate: 1 seed per 2 inches.
Prepare a seedbed by loosening the top 2 inches of soil and weeding. Salvia officinalis is commonly known as Sage, and it is both a medicinal and culinary herb that has been used for centuries. Cover the seed with 1/16 inch of soil.
Sage is usually resistant to deer. Replace plants every 3 – 4 years to keep plants highly productive. Space the plants 12 - 18 inches apart. Keep seed moist until germination. Sage is an 18 - 30 inch tall perennial growing in USDA zones 5 - 9.
Or, start the seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sage has an erect habit with branches producing multiple spikes of blooms that mauve in color. Sage seed can be started indoors 8 – 10 weeks before the last frost. Grow in full sun to partial shade and in moist but well-draining soil. This perennial is also very attractive to beneficial insects and hummingbirds.
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May Night Blue Salvia- Meadow Sage- Plant of The Year 1997-Live Plant- Quart Pot #adHirt's Gardens #ad
- Months of Bloom: May-August. Hardy zones 4-9. Mature height: 36". Immediate shipping in one quart pots. Color of bloom: Violet-Blue. Salvia 'May Night'. Shipped dormant in the winter.
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Earthcare Seeds Blue Bedder Sage 500 Seeds Salvia farinacea Non GMO, Heirloom #adEarthcare Seeds #ad
- Growing instructions and plant Images are included on the seed envelope. Beautiful blue hues - good Source of Nectar for Butterflies and Beneficial Pollinators. Easy to grow in dry, difficult Areas, Requires Little Water and Maintainance.
Seeds are stored in environmental conditions that promote seed life Dark/Dry/Cool. Grow as an annual in zones 2 to 7 and as a Perennial in Zones 8 to 11. Spires of stunning blue Flowers Make a Dramatic Statement in Garden Landscapes. Seeds are for the current and following growing seasons.
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8. Hirt's Gardens #ad
Quart Pot, Live Plant, Deep Dark Purple- Meadow Sage, Marcus Dwarf Salvia #adHirt's Gardens #ad
- Loves the sun. Shipped dormant in the winter. Height: 12 inches. Blooms early summer to late summer. Hardy in zones 4-9. Immediate shipping.
9. Green Promise Farms #ad
1, Size Container, Salvia nemerosa 'Marcus' Meadow Sage Perennial, purple flowers #adGreen Promise Farms #ad
- It is fully rooted in the soil and can be planted immediately upon arrival, weather permitting. For best results, plant in usda zone:4-8 - Mature size: 8-12in H x 10-12in W. Plant is delivered in a #1 size Container.