salvia are delicate plants, and are not hardy in areas that
frost at all. However, some salvia are hardy in zones four
through eight. The easiest way to propagate salvia in a garden
is by division or cuttings, yet salvia are also easy to grow
by seed. Dividing one larger plant into several small plants
should be done every few years or so, in order to rejuvenate
The most important thing to note when growing salvia is their
ability to survive on their own. Salvia come in many different
colors, sizes and types. One of the most striking salvia for
a garden is the salvia officinalis, or garden salvia, which
has beautiful red blooms that last from spring to autumn.
about growing salvia can be found in a variety of sources.
Internet sites will have good up to date information about
growing salvias. Local nurseries and garden centers would
have more detailed information about growing salvia in their
particular area, and should not be ignored when seeking help.
Growing salvia can be a very fun experience, and no gardener
should ignore their beauty.