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  Sages - Salvia species and cultivars
 
Salvia Field
 
The image above of Texas Sage (Salvia greggii) in production blocks at San Marcos Growers was taken by photographer Russ Withistand. It was featured in the April 1992 issue of Sunset Magazine with the caption:
"Nurseryman Randy Baldwin, credited with many plant introductions, exalts amid his field of Autumn Sage." The article, titled "Look what our nurseries have given us: 25 new waterwise all stars .. good looking .. undemanding" highlighted many of San Marcso Growers "New Plants".

San Marcos Growers has introduced several new Salvia cultivars into the nursery trade. We also promote many garden worthy species and cultivars that have been shared with us by other nurseries and horticulturalists. For a Complete list of the Salvia we grow please search our plant database by selecting Search Salvia.

Salvia leucantha
'Santa Barbara'
This new San Marcos Growers plant introduction was the hit of 2000!
 
Salvia leucophylla
'Point Sal Spreader'
This beautiful California native palnt was introduced by San Marcos Growers in 1987.
 
Salvia 'Firescape' This dense growing hybrid was introduced by San Marcos Growers in 1995.
 
Salvia uliginosa Most Salvia are drought resistant. Here's one that will also grow in water.
 
Salvia 'Waverly' This mystery salvia still needs to be better identified.
 
Too Many Salvia This article courtesy of Dave Fross at Native Sons Wholesale Nursery.
 
Salvia Book A Book of Salvias: Sages for Every Garden by Betsy Clebsch