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Salvia May Night - deadhead flowers  it will bloom all summer long.  Drought tolerant once established.  Full sun, well-drained soil.  Zones 5 - 9. Cut  dry flowers for arrangements, pot pouries  cooking.  Deer resistant; attracts butterflies, hummingbirds  bees.

Salvia May Night - deadhead flowers it will bloom all summer long. Drought tolerant once established. Full sun, well-drained soil. Zones 5 - 9. Cut dry flowers for arrangements, pot pouries cooking. Deer resistant; attracts butterflies, hummingbirds bees.

salvia: Salvia. This one needs to come with a warning label. First, it’s a psychoactive plant. Second, I’ve heard you can’t buy it in all states because it IS a psychoactive plant. But this is the deal, it’s super hardy, grows like a weed (pun not intended), and blooms all summer long. Another downside or perhaps upside, depending on how you look at it, it multiplies like nuts and can easily take over a garden space in no time.

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salvia: Salvia. This one needs to come with a warning label. First, it’s a psychoactive plant. Second, I’ve heard you can’t buy it in all states because it IS a psychoactive plant. But this is the deal, it’s super hardy, grows like a weed (pun not intended), and blooms all summer long. Another downside or perhaps upside, depending on how you look at it, it multiplies like nuts and can easily take over a garden space in no time.

Guía de uso de infusiones de toda la vida. Propied: -Manzanilla, digestiva, antiinflamatoria, antiespasmódica, relajante, emenagoga. -Tila: favorece la sudoración, antiviral y antibacteriana, analgésica, antiespasmódica, sedante, digestiva y carminativa. -Menta: carminativa, antiespasmódica, digestiva, analgésica, antipirética, antiviral, antitusiva. -Tomillo: calmante, estimulante, carminativa, antiséptico, antiespasmódico, emenagogo. -Salvia: relajante, digestiva, antiespasmódica...

Las infusiones de toda la vida se suelen asociar con un solo uso, no aprovechamos todas sus propiedades. Veamos en esta guía cómo sacarles partido.

Thomas Rainer: Pleasure Garden I like the lightness of the grass colour with the richness of the purple spires

Thomas Rainer: Pleasure Garden I like the lightness of the grass colour with the richness of the purple spires

Buy Salvia Sensation Rose Salvia nemorosa ''Sensation Rose' (Sensation Series)': Delivery by Crocus.co.uk

Buy salvia Sensation Rose Salvia nemorosa ''Sensation Rose' (Sensation Series)': Delivery by Crocus

Salvia 'May Night' is an outstanding perennial with excellent cold hardiness, vigor and tolerance to heavy clay soils.

Salvia 'May Night' is an outstanding perennial with excellent cold hardiness, vigor and tolerance to heavy clay soils.

Blue Queen Salvia - Blooms profusely for months! Enjoy summer-long beauty year after year with this brilliant violet-blue Salvia, a member of the mint family. Heat- and drought-resistant hybrid blooms profusely for months with plump spikes of double blooms. Grows 15-18" tall, 12-18" wide in full sun or partial shade. Ships in a 3" pot. Zones 5-9. Salvia nemorosa ‘Blaukonigin’

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Drought tolerant plants on my sidewalk garden. Lavandula stoechas, Eschschoizia californica, Salvia nemerosa, Delosperma cooperi.

Drought tolerant plants on my sidewalk garden. Lavandula stoechas, Eschschoizia californica, Salvia nemerosa, Delosperma cooperi.

Pineapple Sage Salvia elegans Item #40026 USDA Hardiness Zone: 8 - 10  A fragrant, perennial herb for garden or patio with showy scarlet-red flowers in late summer. The blooms contrast nicely against bright, pineapple-scented yellow green foliage. Crushed leaves have the aroma and taste of pineapple, used to make tea, potpourri, jams and jellies.

Pineapple Sage Salvia elegans Item #40026 USDA Hardiness Zone: 8 - 10 A fragrant, perennial herb for garden or patio with showy scarlet-red flowers in late summer. The blooms contrast nicely against bright, pineapple-scented yellow green foliage. Crushed leaves have the aroma and taste of pineapple, used to make tea, potpourri, jams and jellies.