One plant stood out among the others and was named best of show in CSU’s 2018 trials. Salvia ‘Big Blue’ from PanAmerican Seed is described as “a later bloomer that is worth the wait.” Salvia is a ...
RHS Chelsea Flower Show is a melting pot of unique balcony garden designs, with modern pocket-spaces and pollinating havens.
They will be twice as big when planted in ... For great salvias, pick Salvia greggii. There are many varieties of the Gregg salvias in colors of pink, red and blue. One salvia plant can fill ...
3. Vegetables: Early plantings include lima bean, snap bean, corn, cucumber, eggplant, pepper, southern pea, rhubarb, squash, and tomato; End of the month crops ...
Back to the Garden In the sunny Seeds of Change greenhouse, where seedlings begin their life and harvested seeds are carefully cleaned in front of cleverly configured fans, Emigdio Ballone runs his ...
Sage (Salvia officinalis), which you may know from ... Its foliage has a slate blue tinge, complemented by its bright orange-red tubular flowers, which bloom in the late summer and fall ...
IN THE Seeds of Change greenhouse, where plants begin life and harvested seeds are carefully cleaned in front of cleverly configured fans, Emigdio Ballone runs his fingers through a trayful of salvia ...
The tall flag-like blossoms turn into blonde seed heads in the fall ... include “Marcus” meadow sage (Salvia nemorosa “Haeumanarc”), Mexican blue sage (Salvia chamaedryoides) and ...
Salvia, penta, nicotiana ... in the south border to give me a big colour boost in August. These plants self-sow almost to the point of being a nuisance and give me not only bright colour but ...
It’s seed catalogue season ... a splendens type is the most familiar kind often found sold in flats at big box stores, and, I suppose, more than a few at garden centers, too. Salvia Sparklers differ ...
Its well-know cousin, the blue agave, is the source of Tequila ... has long stalks with yellow orchid-like flowers followed by big green seed pods looking not unlike a cluster of grapes.
The steel blue flowers last a long time ... a well-known 1900s English gardener who was fond of dropping seeds of the plant in gardens where she did not see plants already growing.