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Salvia (salvia guaranitica amistad): This herbaceous perennial Salvia grows into a shrubby plant with these wonderful blue flower spikes throughout the summer. It does best in full sun and well drained soil. There are several popular cultivars, including 'Black and Blue' and 'Amistad'. It can spread through underground runners and may need to be divided every few years to keep it in check 'if' it is hardy in your area, many are quite tender. Zone 8-10  Salvia 'Amistad' is the latest and…

Salvia (salvia guaranitica amistad): This herbaceous perennial Salvia grows into a shrubby plant with these wonderful blue flower spikes throughout the summer. It does best in full sun and well drained soil. There are several popular cultivars, including 'Black and Blue' and 'Amistad'. It can spread through underground runners and may need to be divided every few years to keep it in check 'if' it is hardy in your area, many are quite tender. Zone 8-10 Salvia 'Amistad' is the latest and…

Friendship Sage (salvia amistad): A sage that is a hybrid of Salvia guaranitica x S. gesneriflora?.  A semi-shrubby perennial that can get 4 feet by 4 feet, in a season.  Full sun on the coast, to partial shade inland.  Good drainage with regular to moderate watering.  Evergreen in frost free area or root hardy in colder areas.  Long season of bloom.

Friendship Sage (salvia amistad): A sage that is a hybrid of Salvia guaranitica x S. gesneriflora?. A semi-shrubby perennial that can get 4 feet by 4 feet, in a season. Full sun on the coast, to partial shade inland. Good drainage with regular to moderate watering. Evergreen in frost free area or root hardy in colder areas. Long season of bloom.

Black And Blue Salvia (salvia guaranitica black and blue): This South American sage is gorgeous, but frost tender, hardy zones 7b to 10.  Grows best in full sun or partial shade.   Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds and is moderately drought hardy.

Black And Blue Salvia (salvia guaranitica black and blue): This South American sage is gorgeous, but frost tender, hardy zones 7b to 10. Grows best in full sun or partial shade. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds and is moderately drought hardy.

Elmleaf Golden Rod (solidago ulmifolia): This is one of the perennial plants in the genus Solidago. Since there are more than 100 species of goldenrods, and many hybrids/cultivars as well, it's hard to pin down just which one you have but because of the leaf shape we think this one is the elm-leaf golden rod. It could be another Solidago, however, and for a more positive ID please send other photos including a close up of the foliage (three or four leaves and stem) that's in focus and the…

Elmleaf Golden Rod (solidago ulmifolia): This is one of the perennial plants in the genus Solidago. Since there are more than 100 species of goldenrods, and many hybrids/cultivars as well, it's hard to pin down just which one you have but because of the leaf shape we think this one is the elm-leaf golden rod. It could be another Solidago, however, and for a more positive ID please send other photos including a close up of the foliage (three or four leaves and stem) that's in focus and the…

Blue Sage (salvia azurea): We believe this is Prairie sage, or New Mexico sage, a sturdy, drought tolerant and beautiful pale blue perennial. However, there are between 500-1000 species of salvias, and since the sun was so bright when you took the photo, it is hard to really "see" the blossoms. It's sometimes called Blue sage or Pitcher sage.

Blue Sage (salvia azurea): We believe this is Prairie sage, or New Mexico sage, a sturdy, drought tolerant and beautiful pale blue perennial. However, there are between 500-1000 species of salvias, and since the sun was so bright when you took the photo, it is hard to really "see" the blossoms. It's sometimes called Blue sage or Pitcher sage.

Burnet (sanguisorba species): .~18 species, mostly from moist places in the Northern hemisphere.

Burnet (sanguisorba species): .~18 species, mostly from moist places in the Northern hemisphere.

Geraniums (pelargonium): Pelargonium /ˌpɛlɑːrˈɡoʊniəm/ is a genus of flowering plants which includes about 200 species of perennials, succulents, and shrubs, commonly known as geraniums (in the United States also storksbills). Confusingly, Geranium is the botanical name (and also common name) of a separate genus of related plants often called cranesbills. Both genera belong to the family Geraniaceae. Linnaeus originally included all the species in one genus, Geranium, and they were later…

Geraniums (pelargonium): Pelargonium /ˌpɛlɑːrˈɡoʊniəm/ is a genus of flowering plants which includes about 200 species of perennials, succulents, and shrubs, commonly known as geraniums (in the United States also storksbills). Confusingly, Geranium is the botanical name (and also common name) of a separate genus of related plants often called cranesbills. Both genera belong to the family Geraniaceae. Linnaeus originally included all the species in one genus, Geranium, and they were later…

Scaveola (scaveola aemula): This is likely a tender perennial usually grown as an annual for hanging baskets, containers, window boxes, bedding or sprawling over a wall. Native to Australia, fan flower or fairy fan flower is a sprawling evergreen perennial with ascending and/or procumbent stems. It typically grows to 9-18” tall and spreads to 24” wide. It thrives in hot, humid climates where it produces a non-stop bloom of dark blue, white, lavender, purple or pink fan-shaped flowers in the…

Scaveola (scaveola aemula): This is likely a tender perennial usually grown as an annual for hanging baskets, containers, window boxes, bedding or sprawling over a wall. Native to Australia, fan flower or fairy fan flower is a sprawling evergreen perennial with ascending and/or procumbent stems. It typically grows to 9-18” tall and spreads to 24” wide. It thrives in hot, humid climates where it produces a non-stop bloom of dark blue, white, lavender, purple or pink fan-shaped flowers in the…

Mealy Blue Sage (salvia farinacea): This appears to be a mealy blue sage, popular in sunny sites with well-drained soil. Grown for its stunning blue flowers, this saliva thrives with only moderate amounts of water and fertilizer. Dead head regularly to encourage repeat blooms. Can be found in prairies, fields, and along roadsides. There are hybrid varieties that can be found at nursery centers.  A great Texas native plant.

Mealy Blue Sage (salvia farinacea): This appears to be a mealy blue sage, popular in sunny sites with well-drained soil. Grown for its stunning blue flowers, this saliva thrives with only moderate amounts of water and fertilizer. Dead head regularly to encourage repeat blooms. Can be found in prairies, fields, and along roadsides. There are hybrid varieties that can be found at nursery centers. A great Texas native plant.

Porterweed (stachytarpheta sp): This could be  a porterweed -- a perennial plant from the American tropics, that grows from 18" tall to 60" tall depending on the selection and species.  It grows best in full sun with average water. They are frost tender plants but can return from the roots after  light freezes. Their flowers are favored by butterflies and depending on the species range from red to pink to dark purple. Once it  flowers feel free to send another photo and we will be happy to…

Porterweed (stachytarpheta sp): This could be a porterweed -- a perennial plant from the American tropics, that grows from 18" tall to 60" tall depending on the selection and species. It grows best in full sun with average water. They are frost tender plants but can return from the roots after light freezes. Their flowers are favored by butterflies and depending on the species range from red to pink to dark purple. Once it flowers feel free to send another photo and we will be happy to…

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