Hummingbird Sage: Salvia Spathacea   5 comments

Some native plants are real eye openers in the garden, such as this unusual beauty. Planted just last fall, this native sage is already a rock star.

5 responses to “Hummingbird Sage: Salvia Spathacea

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  2. It’s gorgeous!!! Do you have any seeds?

    • None currently saved, and I know they are harvested by the wildlife. I’ll see if we can harvest some this year.

      • I would love some if it’s not too much trouble! I am just amazed at this beauty!!! I love salvias, but never saw one like this before. It almost looks like a monarda plant.

  3. How do you cook with this,I haven’t found any recipes,I have read online that this plant is edible.

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