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Annual and Deciduous Salvias

Annual and Deciduous Salvias

Annual and Deciduous Salvias

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Deciduous and Annual Salvias

Annuals: Growth, flowering and setting of seed all in one season

Deciduous: A perennial that looses it’s leaves in winter / cooler months. Some are only deciduous in colder area, but may remain green in warmer areas

Herbaceous: A perennial that dies back during winter and re shoots in Spring or warmer weather

Salvia regla

Rosettes / Clumps: Plants that produce usually large basal leaves that either  remain in a  rosette type form or form a clump of leaves. Most of these plants ( but not all ) are herbaceous. Most send up 1 – 2  branched  flower heads in the form of  panicles above the clump.

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