Salvia farinacea (Blue Sage) Wildflower Seeds
Salvia farinacea (Blue Sage) Wildflower Seeds2
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Origin: Introduced US Wildflower
Other Common Names: Mealycup Sage, Mealy Sage
Bloom Time: Summer
Height: 24 in to 36 in
Spacing: 15 in to 24 in
Light: Full Sun
Soil Moisture: Medium
USDA Zone: 3a-10b
Germination: No pre-treatment needed. Sow seeds just below soil surface at 70F and water.
Seeds Per Oz: 23000
Vivid blue flowers adorn the tall spikes of this species of Salvia. The grayish green leaves of this wildflower are covered with a with powdery meal, thus earning it's common name of 'Mealy Sage.' Another wonderful plant for cut flowers and bouquets!
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I am not sure why the classification of this flower says that its not native to the US. It's native to Texas. Most people in the US plant it as an annual, although I think it's a perennial in Texas. It blooms all summer and is gorgeous.