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…

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Red Hot Poker Or Torch Flower (kniphofia): This is a red hot poker plant, of which there are many varieties. All have fleshy, pointed, toothed leaves that form clumps and bear clusters of bright colored orange, red, yellow or creamy flowers. Newer varieties are less than 2 feet tall but the species can be as tall as 4 feet. Needs full sun or light shade, water sparingly.

Red Hot Poker Or Torch Flower (kniphofia): This is a red hot poker plant, of which there are many varieties. All have fleshy, pointed, toothed leaves that form clumps and bear clusters of bright colored orange, red, yellow or creamy flowers. Newer varieties are less than 2 feet tall but the species can be as tall as 4 feet. Needs full sun or light shade, water sparingly.

Daylily (hemerocallis hybrid): Your plant is a daylily, of which there are many hybrids/varieties that come in a rainbow of colors, bright and pastel, as well as bicolors and tricolors. Forms clumps of sword-shaped foliage and from the clumps emerge leafless stems bearing clusters of lily-like flowers that last one day, hence the common name. Provide full sun and regular water. Continue to care for the plant after the blooms are spent until the foliage yellows and dies back. Some bloom only…

Daylily (hemerocallis hybrid): Your plant is a daylily, of which there are many hybrids/varieties that come in a rainbow of colors, bright and pastel, as well as bicolors and tricolors. Forms clumps of sword-shaped foliage and from the clumps emerge leafless stems bearing clusters of lily-like flowers that last one day, hence the common name. Provide full sun and regular water. Continue to care for the plant after the blooms are spent until the foliage yellows and dies back. Some bloom only…

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.

Jacobinia Kings Crown Or Brazilian Plume (justicia carnea): Your plant with leathery green leaves and spikes of pink flowers might be a J. carnea. Thrives in well-drained, rich soil in full sun or partial shade. Water regularly but not excessively and fertilize with a slow-release or organic food formulated for blooming plants in spring and fall.  May be hardy in your area.

Jacobinia Kings Crown Or Brazilian Plume (justicia carnea): Your plant with leathery green leaves and spikes of pink flowers might be a J. carnea. Thrives in well-drained, rich soil in full sun or partial shade. Water regularly but not excessively and fertilize with a slow-release or organic food formulated for blooming plants in spring and fall. May be hardy in your area.

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…

Transvaal Or Gerber Daisy (gerbera jamesonii): Your lovely flowering plant is likely a gerber daisiy, grown for its colorful daisy flowers and popular as a cut flower. As a plant will grow in your area in full sun with regular water and fed with a fertilizer formulated for blooming plants. Where winters are cold, treat as an annual, but where temperatures are mild it can be grown as a perennial.

Transvaal Or Gerber Daisy (gerbera jamesonii): Your lovely flowering plant is likely a gerber daisiy, grown for its colorful daisy flowers and popular as a cut flower. As a plant will grow in your area in full sun with regular water and fed with a fertilizer formulated for blooming plants. Where winters are cold, treat as an annual, but where temperatures are mild it can be grown as a perennial.

Grass Leaved Golden Rod (euthamia graminifolia): We are assuming you want an id on the yellow flower, not the berries (poke weed) in the photo. The yellow flower is a grass-leaved golden rod. It is a native perennial plant that grows to about 3 feet tall. Sometimes these plants are tall and skinny, and other times they are bushy. The flowers attract many pollinators and the seeds are eaten by the Eastern Goldfinch and Swamp Sparrow to a limited extent, while the foliage is occasionally eaten…

Grass Leaved Golden Rod (euthamia graminifolia): We are assuming you want an id on the yellow flower, not the berries (poke weed) in the photo. The yellow flower is a grass-leaved golden rod. It is a native perennial plant that grows to about 3 feet tall. Sometimes these plants are tall and skinny, and other times they are bushy. The flowers attract many pollinators and the seeds are eaten by the Eastern Goldfinch and Swamp Sparrow to a limited extent, while the foliage is occasionally eaten…

Gayfeather (liatris): Your plant appears to be a Gayfeather, an American wildflower native to the prairies. The species is likely L. spicata. Does best in full sun and regular water. We'll need to see the flower to be completely certain.

Gayfeather (liatris): Your plant appears to be a Gayfeather, an American wildflower native to the prairies. The species is likely L. spicata. Does best in full sun and regular water. We'll need to see the flower to be completely certain.

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