Salvias are work horses in the garden and are easy to propagate

Salvias are work horses in the garden and are easy to propagate

I have a salvia that I bought last year and it has been very good for me. I wasn't sure if it was going to the right place, so I just bought one. Now, I want to try it in other places around the yard but I can't find it this year. Is it possible to propagate salvia plants and how is this done?

Both annual and perennial sage plants are real workhorses in the garden and both can thrive in your North Florida garden. Annuals provide quick, short-lived warm-season color, while perennial species can bloom year-round unless killed by frost. The colorful, slender tubular flowers of these plants make wonderful flower beds and last for several days indoors. Both species are fast growers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. And if all that wasn't enough, it's easy to grow and has no serious pests.

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