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Salvia

Germination: DO NOT cover seed; 70-77°F; 7-14 days
Sizes: Packs; Premium Packs; 4-6” pots
Approximate Finish:9-14 weeks

While there are many species of Salvia, three are the most widely used for annual gardens: S. splendens, S. coccinea, and S. farinacea. They win favor with growers and gardeners for providing colorful easy-care plants that are best used for garden beds, landscapes, and patio planters.

Salvia Big Blue

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Salvia Evolution Violet

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Salvia Fairy Queen

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Salvia Flare

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Salvia Lady In Red

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Salvia Mojave Red

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Salvia New Dimension Blue

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Salvia New Dimension Rose

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Salvia Reddy Bright Red

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Salvia Reddy Mix

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Salvia Sizzler Mix

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Salvia Sizzler Purple

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Salvia Sizzler Red

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Salvia Summer Jewel Pink

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Salvia Summer Jewel Red

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Salvia Victoria Blue

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Salvia Vista Red

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Salvia Big Blue

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Salvia Bonfire

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Salvia Evolution Violet

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Salvia Fairy Queen

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Salvia Flare

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Salvia Lady In Red

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Salvia May Night

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Salvia Mojave Red

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Salvia New Dimension Blue

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Salvia New Dimension Rose

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Salvia Reddy Bright Red

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Salvia Reddy Mix

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Salvia Sizzler Mix

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Salvia Sizzler Purple

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Salvia Sizzler Red

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Salvia Summer Jewel Lavender

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Salvia Summer Jewel Mix

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Salvia Summer Jewel Pink

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Salvia Summer Jewel Red

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Salvia Victoria Blue

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Salvia Vista Red

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Looking to grow salvia? Harris Seeds carries varieties of S. splendens and S. farinacea, the two most commonly grown types of annual salvia.

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ok I might be missing something here

I have about 3 or 4 different kinds of salvia in my garden are you saying that there is a different use than as butterfly & hummingbird attraction ?

I do know that one strain reseeded it self because I have tons of plants where I planted 2 last year

There is one kind of it than can be smoked as a recreational substance. As of right now, it is legal to smoke in probably 47 out of 50 states. It is bought at headshops. It is a hallucinogen, but it’s effects are not like any other hallucinogenic drug. It’s in it’s own category. It also rarely gives off seeds. That’s why they are rare.

You have salvia in your garden? It may just be the kind that are used just for your garden. Do they look like this?

If they look like that, you have salvia divinorum, which is the drug.

well what do you know, you learn something new every day
I am going to have to go out and take a look
after reading the posts I did some research to see if there is a common name or picture of the flowers
so far have only seen the plant pictures
hmmm lol I do have one kind that my one dog like to chew !! could that explain her craziness

lol I have often wondered why gardeners are such happy people

thanks for explaining reps for you .
karla

well what do you know, you learn something new every day
I am going to have to go out and take a look
after reading the posts I did some research to see if there is a common name or picture of the flowers
so far have only seen the plant pictures
hmmm lol I do have one kind that my one dog like to chew !! could that explain her craziness

lol I have often wondered why gardeners are such happy people

thanks for explaining reps for you .
karla

If you have it, there is nothing to panic about unless you’re in one of the three states where it is illegal.

As far as your dog being crazy, I wouldn’t think so. Salvia doesn’t make people crazy. People who are immature that use it may have a bad experience. I referred to it as recreational, but even that doesn’t really describe it. It definitely isn’t used for fun. That’s why teenagers have bad experiences with it. It’s a drug for relaxation and meditation. I forgot who it was, but there was this ancient civilization that always gave it to people as medicine. This may sound crazy, but I think a lot of people should try it. Only the mature ones though. The experience is nice if you do it right. In addition, most people who use it responsibly have reported positive effects, especially a sense of well-being and similar things. The only people who use it and get messed up are people looking for fun or people who take it thinking it will help their depression (actually makes it worse, because your experience will just magnify your depression).

no need to buy seeds as they will sell the live plant at your local nursery

you must know that the leaves themselves are not that strong,which is why they make extracts of 20x and so on.Its still the leaves that are used but they will extract the active ingredient from 20 leaves and put it onto one leaf

And by the way I hate the fact that once agin the goverment is trying to control what plants we can grow in our gardens.I think people can figure out for themselves if they want to or should experiment with any of the plants in their gardens.I guess if everyone grew poison ivy,decided to eat it and when they broke out in a rash they would outlaw it too.

Originally Posted by Karla with a K ok I might be missing something here I have about 3 or 4 different kinds of salvia in my garden are you saying ]]>