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Pterostyrax psilophyllus var. leveillei CGG 14114 Pterostyrax psilophyllus f. leveilleana CGG 14114

A Far Reaches Botanical Conservancy Offering.  Our collection from Asia of what is likely the first introduction of this exceptional form of this equally exceptionally rare variety. Attractive leaves that are terminally cleft into bilateral lobes. The white flowers are the finest in the genus holding their own among the best of flowering trees.

Price: $65.00
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Salvia brevilabra DJH 04 Salvia brevilabra DJH 04

Robust Salvia from a Hinkley collection at high elevation in Sichuan.  This is a tough perennial which will increase in width with the large leaves acting as a weed suppressing shield.  Rosy-purple flowers, at least as I remember them, are held nicely above the leaves in mid summer.  Prefers light shade to a little sun.

Price: $18.00
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Salvia bulleyana ex CDHM 14547 Salvia bulleyana ex CDHM 14547

Our Asian collection from a high elevation meadow where this grew with
Paris, Primula, Roscoea, Reineckea, Delphineum, Gentiana and
Rhododendron - just typing this makes us want to go back there right
now! This durable little Salvia has very nice flowers of yellow and
purple well-displayed above the foliage.

Price: $16.00
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Salvia cf. dolichantha Salvia cf. dolichantha

Bold foliaged Chinese Salvia collected by plantswoman June Sinclair.  Deciduous species and tough as nails.  Multiple arms of flowering stems splay out from the leafy crown bearing many rich purple tubular pouchy flowers.  We previously offered this as S. bulleyana. Bad well-intentioned nursery!

Price: $16.00
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Salvia confertiflora Salvia confertiflora

Tender perennial from Brazil but easy to overwinter inside and worth every effort.  This late bloomer has 6"-10" spikes of rusty red flowers jutting above dark green heavily textured foliage.  Give those Asters something to idolize.  Thanks to Beverley Merrifield for sharing unintentionally.

Price: $15.00
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Salvia forskaohlei Salvia forskaohlei

This dandy Salvia is easy, hardy, deer-proof and lovely.  Bushy big leaves to 2' and tall branched flowering stems to 40" with blue violet flowers splotched in white, touched in yellow.

Price: $18.00
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Salvia moorcroftiana x indica Salvia moorcroftiana x indica

Pretty awesome new hybrid that came up at Suncrest Nurseries in CA thanks to some inspired work by the bees.  This outshines its parents with gray-blue leaves and branched erect stems to 3' holding lots of lavender-blue flowers for many weeks.  This can take drier conditions and the vermin deer don't like it.

Price: $18.00
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Salvia sinaloensis Salvia sinaloensis

Named for the Mexican State of Sinaloa, this compact and showy blue-flowered Salvia is like having a festive small mariachi band in your garden.  Well-drained soil is a must as cold, heavy soil in winter will be the Day of the Dead.  Just 8"-10" tall and a bit wider, purple calyces and purple-tinted leaves add allure.

Price: $15.00
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Salvia spathacea Salvia spathacea

Hummingbird Sage.  A California native perennial Sage that can take sun or some dry shade as this will grow under California live oaks.  California shade is notably brighter than our Washington shade.  This will get 16"-28" tall with rose-pink flowers appearing out of prominent dark calyces and will creep rhizomatously to 4' or so across.  Hummingbird banquet and deer proof.

Price: $15.00
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Salvia staminea Salvia staminea

Tough Sage from Asia Minor -Turkey, Georgia and Iran - where it grows on stony slopes up to 11000 feet so check the boxes on hardiness zones 5-10, good drainage, full sun and moderate water needs.  While you have your pencil, check deer and rabbit resistant, white flowers, summer blooming and 30 inches tall.  Now you are free to doodle.  Seed shared with us by horticultural mega-icon Panayoti Kelaidis from his Denver garden.

Price: $15.00
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Salvia transsylvanica Salvia transsylvanica

Tough plant from Russia and Romania with blue two-lipped flowers from June into September. This will get 2' to 3' tall and likes good drainage in sandy, gravelly situations where it can get occasional water although it is pretty drought tolerant. Being a Salvia, the Port Townsend gardening soul-crushing deer won't eat it.........yet. Once our Uptown PT herd exceeds 100, all bets are off. Thanks to Panayoti Kelaidis for sharing seed.

Price: $16.00
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