SUPER SALVIAS 2020

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  1. longk

    longk Total Gardener

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    Many years ago when I was just getting into Salvia I bought a red form of 'S.patens' whichever wasn't S.patens. No tubers and it turned to toast in a light frost. Probably a S.American species of some sort.
     
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    Wow but ...... not yet! It will appear I'm sure, but not yet! The blue colours, the dark or as I call it, Oxford blue, and the pale blue Cambridge blue. Plant both in the same big pot and pick off the seeds!!!
     
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    Salvia minata
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    Salvia sagittata
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    Salvia elegans
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    Salvia corrugata
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    Salvia curviflora
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    Salvia microphylla "Cerro Potosi"
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    Salvia involuctra
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    Salvia forreri
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    Salvia microphylla wislizeni
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    Salvia coccinea
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    Salvia arizonica
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