744 salvia Home Design Photos

Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
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to bees, butterflies and birds. Pair it with the blue or purple tones of Salvia leucantha or fall asters. USDA zones: 6a to 10b Water requirement: Low
fall blooming; deer resistant; pair with purple Salvia leucantha; called Red Hot Poker, Kniphofia spp.
Red Hot Poker- 3 ft tall ; bloom late summer to fall ; good with salvia & fall asters; plant spring or fall & prune back after first killing freeze
to bees, butterflies and birds. Pair it with the blue or purple tones of Salvia leucantha or fall asters.USDA zones: 6a to 10bWater requirement: Low once
“Red Hot Poker - late summer/ Fall Blooming. 3' tall. Low water once established” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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Bottom left: Agave attenuata. Purple flowering: Salvia leucantha. Cheers.
attentuata mixed with Citrus and Salvia Leucantha (purple flowering), on hill
The agave and the salvia leucantha...Agave with Rock and Salvia...salvia xeriscaping...Salvia, xeriscape, beautiful...Agave & Salvia...Agave nepeta salvia
“Hillside plant - Agave attentuata and purple flowering Mexican Sage” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
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like the olive tree, salvia and rosemary
fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia. The beauty and power of this vignette would be compromised if several
up to a vista below. In the midst of the quivering breezes of rosemary, salvia and lavender, with olive trees hovering in the background, I wish I was
fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia. The beauty and power of this vignette would be compromised if several other
“The dragon” — Back into the Closet!
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
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Red flowers and gravel -red salvia gregii . Also like plant layerings
red salvia greggii, some other plants - looks drought tolerant
Red sage Salvia roja necesita muy poca agua. se poda en primavera y me imagino que se abona
Just past this garden's entry is a blaze of red flowering salvia planted in a crescent bed to emphasize the space. Blue-green and turquoise
“Drought proofing” — colourgirl3
Jean Brooks Landscapes
8 Reviews
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
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The ones in front of the salvia.
pretty catment and salvia...lavender colors of salvia...Salvia, lady's mantle
“Fence” — larente
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Country Farm House
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walkers low catmint and may night salvia
Catmint, Ajuga, and Heuchera. Behind those are mixed Roses-pink knockouts, Salvia 'May Night', and Echinacea. Alchemilla mollis t
alternating Catmint, Ajuga, and Heuchera. Behind those are mixed Roses, Salvia 'May Night', and Echinacea.
alternating Catmint, Ajuga, and Heuchera. Behind those are mixed Roses, Salvia 'May Night', and Echinacea."
May night salvia with pink roses
“perennials” — 4morins
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Parkway Habitat for hummingbirds
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That is a Mexican Sage: Salvia leucantha variety 'Midnight'
purple plant - Mexican Sage: Salvia leucantha variety Midnight
Textures and 3 different layered heights. Salvia, pennisetum, and sweet allysum would give this effect
sage: Salvia leucantha variety Midnight!
salvia and ornamental grasses - natural...of grass/ reuse salvia with rocks...salvia & grasses...blue salvia...grass salvia...salvia and ornamental grass...Mexican sage, salvia leucantha...salvia *purple flowering plant
“Various plants. Butterfly bush and grass contrast nicely.” — Brent MacNabb
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
17 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
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delphinium (Delphinium spp, zones 3 to 7), iris (Iris spp, zones 3 to 9) and salvia (Salvia spp, zones 4 to 11).
delphinium (Delphinium spp, zones 3 to 7), iris (Iris spp, zones 3 to 9) and salvia (Salvia spp, zones 4 to 11)
delphinium (Delphinium spp, zones 3 to 7), iris (Iris spp, zones 3 to 9) and salvia (Salvia spp, zones 4 to 11).
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