Salvia farinacea




The wondrous flowers of Victoria Sage

Apricot Blush Foxglove and Victoria Sage

Victoria Sage is looking good planted here with Apricot Blush Foxgloves.

Victoria Sage is small plant that is big on color. Drying the flowers produces a dark lavender color. Perfect as a front of the border or edging plant, Victoria Sage can be grown as an annual in Zones 7 and under.

In the picture to the left, the plants are in their second spring. In the picture below, the same plants are pictured the following year. The shot is from a slightly different angle and captures the perfect complement of the Gray Santolina in bloom. The shrubby dark green bush in the back ground is Greek Bay. Overall it is a very Mediterranean look.

Victoria Sage with Grey Santolina

Cultural Information

Height: 1 Foot

Hardiness: Perennial
in Zones 8-11 

Flower Color: Dark Purplish Blue 

Characteristics: Full/Part Sun,

Uses: Dried Flower,

This plant has been discontinued. You might try Veronica.

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