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Salvia “Bee’s Bliss”

Evergreen perennial

Rambling low green-leaved sage topped with abundant whorls of lavender flowers in spring and into summer.

Salvia “Figueroa”

S. leucophylla “Figueroa”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fuzzy white-gray leaves and lavender-pink flowers make this a standout. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers.

Salvia “Flower Child”

S. microphylla “Flower Child”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant foliage with lavender-pink flowers Spring through Fall. Growth is dense and compact. Hummingbirds love it! Very hardy and drought-tolerant.

Salvia “Glimmer”

S. microphylla x S. greggii
PP24155
Herbaceous Perennial

Cream colored blooms from late spring through late fall, year round in frost-free areas. Compact, rounded habit. Drought tolerant.

 

Salvia “Heatwave Blast”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting salmon-pink flowers throughout the summer and fall.

Salvia “Heatwave Blaze”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting rose-red flowers throughout the summer and fall.

Salvia “Heatwave Brilliance”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting cerise-magenta flowers throughout the summer and fall.

Salvia “Pacific Blue”

S. brandegei “Pacific Blue”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Channel Island native. Heavily branched shrub, narrow green leaves, tiered whorls of dark lavender blue flowers. Long-lived, very drought-tolerant.

Salvia “Pozo Blue”

Evergreen Perennial/Shrub

Fragrant grey-green leaves. Very drought-tolerant. Strongly fragrant lavender blue flowers. A native Butterfly Bush! Deer resistant. Great at coast or inland with alkali soils.

Salvia apiana

Evergreen perennial

Likes dry slopes. Low mounding sage with soft white leaves. Can grow 5ft. tall bloom spikes with hundreds of flowers. Ceremonial uses, was burned in sweat lodges.

Salvia argentea

Evergreen perennial

Low mounding perennial with short broad leaves, fuzzy and white. Tall white blooms develop in summer atop 2 foot tall stems.

Salvia leucophylla

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fuzzy white leaves and light purple flowers make this a standout. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers.

Salvia muirii

Evergreen Perennial

Short, woody shrub with small semi-folded leaves that release a subtle camphor fragrance when crushed. Flowers of violet-blue with white appear late spring through early fall. Great coastal plant

Salvia sonomensis

Evergreen perennial groundcover

Creeping sage spreads wide. Bright grey leaves with violet flowers. Ideal groundcover for steep hillsides.

Salvia spathacea

Evergreen Perennial

A low growing sage with soft green arrow-shaped leaves that have a sweet fragrance. Bloom spikes with hundreds of pink flowers Spring through Summer.

Salvia uliginosa

Evergreen Herbaceous perennial

Quick growing, dense and upright sage with soft green leaves and year-round tall blue bloom spikes.

Salvia “Golden Girl”

Salvia x jamensis “Golden Girl” PP23,997

Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant foliage with subtle peach flowers Spring through Fall. Growth is dense and compact. Hummingbirds love it! Deadhead the flowers thru the summer for many more blooms.

Santolina “Shades of Jade”

Perennial

A dense mounding sub-shrub with feathery fragrant silvery-green foliage. Bright yellow flowers bloom in summer. Great for borders.

Santolina chamaecyparissus v. nana

Perennial

A dense mounding sub-shrub with feathery fragrant silvery-green foliage. Bright yellow flowers bloom in summer. Great for borders.

Sarracenia “Abandoned Hope”

S. purpurea ssp. venosa v. burkii X S. flava
Perennial Carnivore

Very attractive large pitchers with strong veining. Dormant in winter. Keep moist.

Sarracenia “Dixie Lace”

Perennial Carnivore

Arching hood over highly veined pitchers. Distilled water only. Plant in peat/sand. Dormant below 30F, Hardy to 0F. Needs winter dormant period or will be short-lived.

Sarracenia “Judith Hindle”

Perennial Carnivore

Frilled traps, turn increasing red through the summer, stunningly vibrant by fall. Dormant below 45F. Needs winter dormant period or will be short-lived.

Sarracenia “Rosy Reptile”

S. oreophila “Sand Mountain” X S. “Royal Ruby”

The same cross as the better known Sarracenia ‘Reptilian Rose’, but a different selection.

Large red-veined red-lipped pitchers.

Sarracenia “Scarlet Belle”

Perennial Carnivore

Low-lying hybrid with angled leaves and prominent red veins. Cold hardy, dormant in winter if outside – best grown outdoor.

Sarracenia flava hybrid

S. flava v. cuprea X S. flava v. ornata
Perennial Carnivore

Very attractive large yellow pitchers with red throat. Dormant in winter. Keep moist.

Schinus molle

Evergreen tree

Semi-edible “Pink Peppercorns” (toxic in large quantities). A bright green evergreen tree that tolerates many adverse conditions. Plants underneath canopy are not successful.

Scilla peruviana

Deciduous Bulb

Summer dormant bulb in the Hyacinth family, in fall develops a compact rosette of 18″ long leaves. In spring, forms 6″-12″ tall flower stalks densely topped with numerous small lavendar flowers.

Senna artemisioides

Cassia artemisioides
Evergreen Shrub

Green needle-like leaves. Tiny, fragrant, bright yellow flowers in winter through spring, followed by green seed pods that turn dark brown. Deer-tolerant shrub.