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     benaamde salvia selecties  1998-2015  
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1999



salvia
microphylla
pink

Y

salvia
Shame

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salvia
jamensis
yellow


Y

salvia Ingrid

salvia Inez

salvia Irene

salvia Iris


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                  salvia

                 salvia


1999
Gazza
2000
Alfa
Francina
Henriette
Ingrid
Irene
Iris
Inez
Marianne
Pinokkio
Princes
Royal Bumble
Shame
Surprise
2002
Didi
Maxima
2003
Summersnow
2006
Bianca
Repelsteeltje
Misty
Perla
Diike Bongo
Gea
Royco
2007
Bingo
September Gold
2008
Supernova
Sandy
Fiona

2009
Naomy
No Shame
Witsham
Lucilla
Graziella
2010
Deep Purple
Lilac Blue
Light Blue
Firestorm
2011
Blushing Bride
Explosie
Bordeaux
Gea Viola
Carolina
2012
Hercules
Zwartknop
Naomy Tree
Dark Red Dream
Pink Dream
Viola's Darling
2013
Schaduwblauw
Pretty Pink
Elle Belle
Aromax Blue
2014
La Grande Boom
Pixels
Feline Blue
2015
Knoert
Dwergknoert


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Zaden ontvangen uit California van Seedhunt in 1998.

Salvia iodantha - Sinaloa, Mexico. mountain shrub,  600-1950m, moderate/heavy frosts,  purple or mauve,
showy flowers,  attractive leaves, 0.6-2.4m                     

Salvia dorrii argentea - Mohave, Arizona. desert tree,  600-1950m, moderate/heavy frosts,  blue, showy flowers,  attractive leaves, drought resistant,  extremely scented; fragant,  3.6-5.4m
                                                            
Salvia muelleri - Mexico. This low subshrub bears many vivid red\A6violet flowers in summer and fall
when planted in sun and given moderate water. Long blooming and very bright. Z8-9.                                         

Salvia microphylla, pink - Mexico. Midgreen leaves and bright, large pink flowers make this plant very usefull in the garden. This species is more leafy and dense in habit, and larger in flower than S.jamensis. Z9.
    
Salvia engelmanii - Texas. Narrow green leaves and fairly light blue flowers are a great combination on this low shrub. Seed can be difficult to germinate. Z8-9?                                                          

Salvia regla - Texas,Mexico. Large, very orange flowers are well displaced in fall on this upright 1.2-1.5m shrub. Decidious in winter. Z9.         

Salvia sp.7 - Ecuador. Thick leaves are deltoid and fairly large; well displayed spikes of true gentian blue flowers appear in summer and fall. Very pretty. Z9?                                                  
     
Salvia clevelandii 'Winnifred Gilman'- Southern California. Dark green, very aromatic leaves and showy tight clusters of indigo blue flowers are a pleasing combination on this dry-growing sage. Z9.                      
    
Salvia x jamensis, yellow - Mexico. This is the new name given to a hybrid swarm of Salvia found in Mexico
and introduced to U.S. horticulture by John Fairey and Carl Schoenfeld.
The original plants had pale yellow, peachy and pale pink flowers. Subsequent seeding produced a range of flower colors and many subtle and lovely variations. Probable parents of the hybrid swarm are S.greggii and S.microphylla. Seed offred here should produce some flowers like the parent and also nice variations. Parent plants were isolated from each other and from the stronger red colors. Pale yellow flowers, some with dark calyces and stems. Z8           
    
Salvia melissodora -The grape-scented form. These seeds are difficult to clean + not abundant,
so I don't generally offer them, but it's a great plant.                                   
                
Agastache, large,pink - Tall, robust stalks with large, bright pink flowers, orange in bud. To 0.9-1.2m. Z8