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  1. Blue and Purple Salvia dorrii Desert Purple Sage, Salvia dorrii Desert Purple Sage, Desert Purple Sage

    Desert Purple Sage is a showy late spring blooming native shrublet with silver foliage and blue flowers pushing out from mid-purple bracts. Impervious to browsing deer and rabbits, ...

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    Desert Purple Salvia Desert Purple Sage Salvia dorrii Desert Purple Sage
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    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
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    Desert Purple Sage is a showy late spring blooming native shrublet with silver foliage and blue flowers pushing out from mid-purple bracts. Impervious to browsing deer and rabbits, it is a pollinator's delight attracting all types of bees. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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May Night Salvia

Salvia | Meadow Sage

Zones 4-9 | - | Blooming Late Spring, Summer, Fall

Salvia plants, commonly known as Sage, are long-blooming, deer resistant and easy to care for. Salvia are essential garden perennials for feeding honey bees and are a favorite of hummingbirds. What else could you possibly want? We offer a wide selection of native Salvias (Salvia greggii, Salvia arizonica, Salvia azurea and Salvia dorrii are just some of the varieties) as well as Old World varieties (Salvia sylvestris and Salvia nemorosa). Native western species and hybrids are best for hotter climates and lean, dry, well-drained soils.

 

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