Full to Part Sun

Salvia “Elmira”

S. microphylla “Elmira”
Evergreen Perennial

Beautiful small white flowers. Compact form, great in rock gardens. Best in full sun, except in hotter areas. Attractive to Hummingbirds.

Salvia “Fancy Dancer”

S. microphylla hybrid
Evergreen Perennial

Semi-woody dwarf salvia with fragrant green leaves. Light pink flowers with dark pink upper lip in spring through winter. Best in full sun at coast, afternoon shade inland. Attractive to Hummingbirds.

Salvia “Fire Dancer”

S. microphylla hybrid
Evergreen Perennial

Semi-woody dwarf salvia with fragrant green leaves. Orange-red flowers spring through winter. Best in full sun at coast, afternoon shade inland. Attractive to Hummingbirds.

Salvia “La Luna”

S. greggii “La Luna”
Evergreen Perennial

Semi-woody dwarf salvia. White flowers in spring through fall. Best in full sun at coast, afternoon shade inland. Attractive to Hummingbirds.

 

Salvia “Maraschino”

S. microphylla x S. greggii

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Vibrant Cherry Red flowers spring through fall. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Grows well in light shade, more flowers in sun. Deer-resistant.

Salvia “Orchid Glow”

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant shiny green, oval leaves up to 1 inch. Large purple-magenta flowers bloom summer through fall.

Salvia “Raspberry Delight”

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Masses of red raspberry flowers throughout the warm seasons. Needs fast draining soils. Deer resistant.

Salvia “Ultra Violet”

S. lycioides x S. greggii

Fragrant foliage with showy set of vibrant purple blooms from late spring through fall. Deadhead the flowers thru the summer for many more blooms. Deer resistant.

Salvia “Violin Music”

S. greggii “Violin Music”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Semi-woody dwarf salvia will bloom violet summer through into winter. Best in full sun, except in hotter areas.

Salvia greggii

Evergreen Perennial

Semi-woody dwarf salvia. Bright pink flowers in spring through winter. Best in full sun at coast, afternoon shade inland.

Salvia greggii “Red”

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Semi-woody dwarf salvia will bloom bright red through into winter. Best in full sun, except in hotter areas.

Salvia “Killer Cranberry”

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Evergreen perennial/shrub

S. microphylla hybrid. Semi-woody dwarf salvia will bloom bright cranberry spring through fall. Fragrant foliage. Best in full sun.

Salvia “Smokin’ Lavender”

S. greggii “Smokin’ Lavender”

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Semi-woody dwarf salvia will bloom lavender in fall.  Best in full sun, except in hotter areas.

 

Sarracenia “Bug Bat”

Sarracenia (alata × psittacina) × minor var. okefenokeensis

Perennial Carnivore

Distinct hood covers most of the opening. White dots on upper portions of green and red pitcher throat. Hybridized at University of North Carolina at Charlotte Botanical Gardens.

Sarracenia “Cobra Nest”

Perennial Carnivore

Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer. Keep moist with slightly to moderately acidic water.

Sarracenia “Dana’s Delight”

S. leucophylla X S. willisii
Perennial Carnivore

Pink hood with red veins is pointed and ruffled and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Tall fluted pitchers are green at the base.

Sarracenia “Ladies in Waiting”

S. leucophylla X (S. rubra X S. psittacina)
Perennial Carnivore

Frilled white hoods. Distinct white-spotted markings. Grows in upright clumps.

Sarracenia “Mardi Gras”

S. purpurea X S. leucophylla X S. psittacina
Perennial Carnivore

Frilled hoods. Strong maroon and white veining in full sun. Grows in tight clumps of upright pitchers.

Sarracenia “Sweet Excellence”

Perennial Carnivore

Dense growth of lots of pitchers. Red/maroon along the tops of the pitchers with white spotted, ruffled hood. Named for the generous nectar around the mouth. Winter dormant.

Sarracenia “Tarnok”

S. leucophylla “Tarnok”
Perennial Carnivore

White hood with green and red veins is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays spring/summer.

Sarracenia alata

Perennial Carnivore

Commonly found in Mississippi bogs. Flared hood arches over the opening. Typically green with red veins in some plants. Grows upright in clumps.

Sarracenia flava

Perennial Carnivore

Flared hood arches over the opening. Prominent red veins. Grows in upright clumps.

Sarracenia leucophylla

Perennial Carnivore

White hood with green and red veins is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer.

Sarracenia minor

Perennial Carnivore

Distinct hood covers most of the opening. White dots on upper portions of pitcher throat. Grows in upright clumps.

Sarracenia purpurea

Perennial Carnivore

Grows in splayed clumps. Outdoors it will change color with the seasons, starting in spring as a green pitcher turning red in summer and deep purple by late fall. Acidic soil, do not fertilize.

Sarracenia rubra

Perennial Carnivore

Hood is pointed and covers most of the opening. Grows in upright clumps. Outdoors it will change color with the seasons, starting in spring as a green pitcher turning yellow in summer, neon yellow in late fall and finally bright red in winter.

Sarracenia X readii

S. rubra X S. leucophylla
Perennial Carnivore

Grows in upright clumps. Large red flower sprays mid-summer. Keep moist with slightly to moderately acidic water.

Senna oliogophylla

Evergreen Shrub

Glossy green leaves and red stems. Bright yellow flowers in spring and red seedpods in summer.

Simmondsia chinensis “Vista”

Evergreen Shrub

Compact jojoba makes a tough groundcover. No water once established in the ground. Leathery grey green leaves, green flowers in spring. Birds love the seeds!