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Salvia Blue Seeds

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Description For Salvia Blue Seeds

Named as Blue Sage, this perennial, Blue Salvia is known as annual plants in temperate zones. They cannot withstand cold winters or hard frost. They come in variety of colors including orange, lavender, white and pink.

How to grow Salvia Blue from Seeds:

Introduction and Uses: It is a perennial species, but is grown as an annual in India. The plants have bright green leaves, bearing long spikes of lavender-blue flowers.

Salvia Blue is ideal for growing in mass, in flower beds, borders, pots, and background in the rock garden. It can be grown in the hedge, under trees and semi-shaded places. Salvia Blue is also used as a houseplant, but its flowers drop off quickly in indoor conditions.

Botanical Name: Salvia farinacea

Common Name: Salvia blue bedder

Family: Lamiaceae

Plant Origin: California

Propagation Method: Seed sowing, cuttings, and division of clumps.

Flowering/ Growing Season: Winter

Sunlight Requirement: Full sunlight (6-8 hours), partial sunlight (3-4 hours)

Plant Height: 60-90 cm

Growing Method of Salvia Blue Flower:

  • Salvia is grown by transplantation method.
  • Seeds are sown from August to November. In milder climates
  • Seeds are planted thinly in nursery beds/ seed pans/seedling trays.
  • Fine sandy soil is required for seedbed (Outdoors), or coco peat is used as sowing medium for seedling trays (Indoors)
  • Before sowing the seeds, soil/coco peat should be made slightly moist.
  • Immediately after sowing the seeds, watering should be done carefully with a watering can.
  • Germination is slow and takes 10-15 days.
  • Seedlings are allowed to grow on seedbeds/trays kept in semi-shade.
  • Seedlings are transplanted in pots or flower beds when first two true leaves develop.
  • Seedlings should be transplanted in high-quality rich soil or potting mixture.

  • Planting Distance: Spacing of 30-60 cm is recommended in the ground. Plants can be grown in 30 cm pot.

    Watering: The plants like liberal watering. Salvias planted in the garden are watered twice a week, and potted ones are watered every alternate day.

    Feeding: Salvias like fertile soil. When planted in the container it prefers a rich mixture of soil and cow dung manure in the proportion of 1:1. Too much nitrogen fertilization will produce leafy growth and delay flowering. Application of a well-balanced liquid fertilizer once a week is recommended.

    Plant care: Spray fungicides on young seedlings to avoid ‘damping off.'

    Bloom time: Salvia flowers in 3.5-4 months after sowing. Buy variety of flower seeds online.

    Regeneration: After the first flush of bloom is through, the plants are cut back, and top dressing of manure is given. After some time, new growths will appear for the second flush of flowering.


    Category Flower Seeds
    No.of Seeds 200 Seeds
    Spacing (Row to Row X Plant to Plant) 30 cm x 30 cm
    Germination Time Germination will take place in 6 - 8 days from sowing
    Fertilizer Chemicals: Suphala or Urea - 5 g Per Plant. Organic: Neemcake or Vermicompost - 10 g Per Plant.
    Season of Sowing April - August


    SKU NUFSO0119
    Product Weight Under 10 g
    Product Height 18 cm
    Product Width 10 cm
    Product Depth 1 cm


    Customer Reviews

    Nice product Review by Vishak
    Fast germenation quality.all most all the seed is germinated. (Posted on 4/12/2019)
    Nice product Review by Vishak
    Fast germenation quality.all most all the seed is germinated. (Posted on 4/12/2019)
    Beautiful Salvia blue flowers Review by Roma
    The seeds arrived quickly. This is such a good place to buy from. The seeds were fresh and came up fast. would recommended to all. (Posted on 3/26/2019)
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    Good germination rate ..... (Posted on 9/27/2018)

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