319,360 salvia landscaping Home Design Photos

Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Pool and spa
does anyone know what the grey/green groundcover is in front of the salvia may night? creeping sedum perhaps?
Salvia(dark purple) and Nepeta(light purple).There are different varieties and colors of salvia. Search on line to see which varieties would grow in your zone. I live in the northeast, and have both
Dark purple is salvia. Light purple is Nepeta, commonly known as Catmint. The variety may be 'Walkers Low'.
The dark purple is salvia( there are many varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta( Catmint). Both are perennials( come
The darker blue in the front is is purple salvia or butterfly bush
My May Night Salvia has been in bloom since early spring, same as the Walker's Low Catmint Nepeta. I'll deadhead
“purples around the pool” — marykoncak
Genevieve Schmidt
Coastal or Seacoast Plants
Use yellow with purple in landscape
May Night Salvia has late season re-bloom
May Night Sage (purple) - in bloom reaches 18" tall, in winter cut to the ground. Blooms May-July. Great with landscape roses
Salvia (purple flower)- Island garden + NE deck garden Bloom time mid spring flower
Perennial Sage Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’ Most salvias give a lengthy performance in
The May Night sage (Salvia nemorosa 'Mainacht', zone 4) in the foreground adds a lovely purple accent to the coastal garden. It needs little care or supplemental water to perform well. When in bloom, it reaches 18 inches tall, and in the winter it is simply cut to the ground. The plant blooms May through
opposite side of the color wheel) can bring out the best in each other. Here, fiery yellow adds a colorful punch and energizing contrast to cool purple salvia.
“Couleurs contrastantes!” — L-CP
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
I LOVE the allium that you used in this landscape. What type of allium is it? THANKS!
are Inkerry, Catmint, Russian Sage, Lady's Mantle, Salvia, Fountain Grass, etc. Each of these plants are quite deer resistant, well, at least as much as one can hope for! ;) Good luck!
This garden is in zone 6/6a, and the purple spikes are Salvia 'May Night'--one of my all-time favorites!
Hi there--I'm sorry we missed your question earlier! The plants in bloom in this photo are Allium 'Globemaster', Nepeta f. 'Walker's Low', and Salvia 'May Night'. Depending on where you live, each of these plants is fairly durable and reliable. Good luck!
mussinii, blending with mauve alliums and deep purple salvias.
For a more romantic look, combine cottage garden favorites, such as fragrant catmint (Nepeta sp) with perennial sage (Salvia sp). Their mounding forms are punctuated here by spheres
“purple flowers!” — Cynthia Charleville
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
Lavender & salvia...landscape 41...lavender and salvia...landscaping berm
“Plant colors” — reneeoc
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Dry Creek Valley Home - A Pool For Sharing
This would be a perfect question for our Landscape Architects who did this project : Arterra Landscape Architects 88 Missouri Street San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 861-3100
Hillside landscaping
Landscape on a slope
Landscaped slope...Slope landscape...Landscaping on hill...Landscaping on the
“Landscaping on hill” — moragagirl
LDAW Landscape Architecture, PC
25 Reviews
Various Plantings
landscape design
LDAW Landscape Architecture, PC
natural landscape...Grass and salvia
“Pretty for all around the edge of the woods?” — rebeccabyc
Las Pilitas Nursery
Salvia Celestial Blue
Purple Sage (Salvia Celestial Blue) Uploaded to Houzz with written permission
Purple Sage (Salvia spp) The salvia genus offers a wide range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms.
Purple Sage/Salvia - das Blau dass ich liebe
Salvia Celestial Blue - Purple Sage - From Las Pilitas Nursery
great plant for landscape especially Spanish architecture
Fall Color Salvia (purple sage): perfect foil for fall-hued plants like rudbeckia and Red Hot Poker.
Salvia Celestial Blue Purple Sage (Salvia Celestial Blue) it!
Love PURPLE. Purple Sage.... Purple Sage (Salvia spp) The salvia genus offers a wide range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms. This coloration makes it a perfect
“Purple Sage (Salvia Celestial Blue)” — patchp
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
The perennial plant with the purple flowers in the foreground is Salvia 'May Night' and the one with the blueish purple ones behind them is Nepeta 'Walker's Low.'
Willy Salvia "May Night" in front. Nepeta "Walkers Low" behind
have a formal garden for part of landscape
Like salvia (may night) and purple behind is nepeta
nepeta walker's low catmint, and salvia may night
Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
Salvia may night for pillars etc
Go Formal or CasualAssociated with both royalty and serenity, purple is at home in any style of garden. Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
“Blue flowers” — farajw
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