Fun Lists

We're starting to bring back some of our customer favorite lists of plants, like those that do well under oaks and those that attract birds and butterflies.

  • Salvia 'Allen Chickering' 1g

    Salvia Allen Chickering is one of the many Salvia clevelandii x Salvia leucophylla hybrids available on the market. It has grey green leaves and attractive whorls of light purple/medium blue flowers. Hummingbirds and butterflies love to feed on the...

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  • Salvia 'Allen Chickering' 5g

    Salvia Allen Chickering is one of the many Salvia clevelandii x Salvia leucophylla hybrids available on the market. It has grey green leaves and attractive whorls of light purple/medium blue flowers. Hummingbirds and butterflies love to feed on the...

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  • Salvia 'Bee's Bliss' 1g

    A low growing, spreading California native hybrid sage. Parentage is thought to include S. sonomensis. Although this hybrid can be great for slope coverage in small scale residential applications, it has limited functional use in larger commercial...

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  • Salvia 'Dara's Choice' 1g

    Salvia Dara's Choice is a hybrid low growing sage that was introduced to the industry by the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. It is thought to be a cross between S. sonomensis and S. mellifera. The plant has greenish aromatic leaves and blue/purple flowers...

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  • Salvia apiana 1g

    One of the most well know California native plants, Salvia apiana, or white sage is used in a variety of ways including restoration projects, typical landscapes, and native American ceremonies. Its pungent fragrance is hard to forget once experienced. ...

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  • Salvia chamaedryoides 1g

    Small grey foliage that remains evergreen, year round although it can vary in size depending on the time of year and drought conditions. . Spreads from underground rootstock but slow to do so. Small true blue flowers appear in multiple cycles throughout...

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  • Salvia clevelandii 'Winifred Gilman' 1g

    A selection of true species Salvia clevelandii that is noted for its stunning dark purple / violet flowers and sweet fragrance. The leaves are dark green and much smaller than the grey / green S. clevelandii x S. leucophylla hybrids that are frequently...

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  • Salvia clevelandii 1g

    Tolerant of many soil types, provided that watered carefully (heavy soil requires less water than sandy soils).

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  • Salvia greggii ‘White’ 1g

    Tolerant of high elevations, hot summer temperatures, drought (will begin to defoliate), regular water, low maintenance. Best to replace every 3-5 years after plant begins to become woody and does not fill out nicely

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