Salvia arizonica (Arizona Sage) [10 Seeds]


Germination Information: Sow the seeds indoors (gently pressed into the surface of the growing medium) under lights in warm conditions in early to mid spring.  Or, start in a pot outdoors in early to midsummer.

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Blue flowers are always special in the garden, and these come on a plant with the bonus feature of aromatic foliage. Arizona sage (Salvia arizonica)—which, not surprisingly, is native to Arizona, as well as Texas and Mexico)—blooms for months on stems to about 2 feet tall. It may spread a bit by stolons to form showy clumps. In hot climates, where it apparently prefers at least afternoon shade, or light all-day shade, it blooms mostly in spring and summer. In my PA garden (Zone 6/7), I have it in all-day sun, and it flowers from early summer though early fall. Arizona sage may be evergreen in warm climates. It is reportedly perennial in Zones 6 to 10. Here at Hayefield (Zones 6/7), it is hardy in a raised bed.

2022-collected seeds are sold out. I hope to collect again in October 2023. At least 10 seeds. Limited supply (for as many flowers as it produces, I don’t get much seed from them), so one packet per customer.

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