Sage, Texas Hummingbird

  • $4.00

Description

Salvia coccinea

This sultry smelling sage attracts a wide variety of pollinators.

Hummingbirds definitely visit these long-blooming, beautiful red flowers that top bright green leaves, but they're not the only ones. Many types of bees and butterflies love it too, and birds feed on the seeds, making it useful for a wide range of species. Foliage and flowers have a divine herbal smell! Open-pollinated annual.

Seeds grown by Thompson Creek Farm in Newman Lake, WA.

50 seeds.

Directions: Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost and transplant out after. 

Planting Depth

Plant Spacing

Days to Germination

Days to Maturity

⅛”

15”

6-20

90