Salvia farinacea

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Texas sage having intensely blue flowers

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The mealy cup sage, Salvia farinacea, is familiar to bedding plant enthusiasts; it is one of the few annuals that blooms in blue.
Later in the season replace with blue Salvia farinacea, pink brachyscome and purple petunias.
The plants: (A) Salvia farinacea 'Victoria', (B) Coleus x hybridus, (C) heliotrope, (D) Pelargonium 'Golden Angel', (E) Pelargonium x domesticum 'Grand Slam', (F) Pelargonium peltatum 'Comedy', (G) Petunia x hybrida Marco Polo, (H) creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia), (I) Tradescantia fluminensis, (J) Verbena x hybrida, (K) Coleus 'Merlot', (L) Helichrysum petiolare 'Limelight'.
In the meantime there is interest from the deep blue `ghost' sage, Salvia farinacea `Victoria' and Heliotrope.
Another taller plant we are using is Salvia farinacea,a dark blue flowered Salvia that we will dot in among the scheme and when in flower they always draw visitors' attention and it is also a good plant to attract bees into the garden.
Check out petunias, nictotianas, pelargoniums, Salvia farinacea, pink brachyscome and verbenas for suitable plants plus buy plenty of trailers such as lobelia, helichrysum and glechoma to achieve a full, well-planted look.
Rudbeckia hirta Plant with blanket flower, 'Coronation Gold' Black-eyed Susan yarrow, and Salvia farinacea.
Center: Gaura lindheimeri, with blue Salvia farinacea, creeping zinnia (Sanvitalia procumbens), dwarf French marigold (Tagetes patula), light blue Lobelia erinus, 'Profusion Orange' zinnia, red Geum chiloense 'Mrs.
B Deep blue Salvia farinacea teams up with rose pink zinnias - two strong colors that beautifully complement each other.