New Salvias

New Salvias

NEW  SALVIAS

This page will contain information about What’s New in the world of Salvias  here in  Victoria and Australia.

Salvia 'Raspberry Surprise'
Salvia ‘Raspberry Surprise’

New Salvias are appearing regularly through out the year here in Victoria as well as filtering down from QLD and NSW.
Seedlings are found in gardens that are worth considering – only when they are sufficiently different from existing Salvias.
Seed and stem cells are  raised from overseas growers, bringing in new species and varieties.
Nurseries are always selecting newer, better, dwarf varieties, different colours that will suit the home gardener.
Keep watching for new varieties and hybrids to appear.

 Salvias are placed  when they generally appear in circulation or when they are released by nurseries.

                                       2024

Oz breed ‘Super Pink’     Oz breed ‘Intense’        ‘Blue Chill (Ball Aust)

                                      2023

       Lake Tahoe                            Lake Titicaca                 Rhythm and Blues

      Ball Aust                                   Ball Aust                        Ball Aust                   

  Lake Strawberry                    Lake Baikal                            Lake Garda

   Ball Aust                                Ball Aust                                Ball Aust

‘Rocking Fuchsia’                 ‘Rocking Purple’          ‘Hummingbird Falls’

      ‘Smokey Jazz’               mexicana bicolor            mexicana ‘Wildwood’

       densiflora                    ‘Mirage Rose bicolor’          ‘White Flame’

    confertiflora var        sagittata var cajamaca     large hastate  leaves
      papagaio 

        ‘Blue Ocean’                        ‘Glamorous’                        ‘Lavish’
Fischer Signature Salvias PGA

                                        2022

 ‘Ostentatious’                         ‘Vivacious’                       ‘Serendipity’
Fisher Signature Salvias PGA

‘Salmia Purple’                    ‘Salmia Orange’                ‘Salmia Pink’

2021

‘Faye Shann’  (N.S.W)      ‘Rose Marvel'(BallA)          xeropapillosa

‘So Cool Pink’ (PGA)    ‘So Cool Pink’ (closeup)       ‘Appleblossum’

   ‘Blue Sky’ (PGA)          leucantha ‘Rosh Eden’      ‘Purple  n’ Bloom’                                                         (Barb Wickes)                                (Balls Aust)

     ‘Roman Red’ (PGA)              ‘Moonlight’                 ‘Raspberry Pollinator’                                                                  (Lyndi Garnett)            (PGA)

 

2020

   leucocephala                     vagas -llosae                     florida molinopampa

  ‘Pink Champagne’                                ‘Mirage Cream’ (Ball A)                  (Lyndi Garnett)                   

 

   xeropapillosa                       ‘Mysty’ (Ball A)                     tuerkheimanii

   torulosa                               torulosa bud                             quintensis

2019

 ‘Midnight’ (Lyndi G)            ‘Powderpuff’  (Pat A)                

‘Heatwave Inferno’           ‘Adriana’s Jewel’            ‘Heatwave  Flash’             (PGA)                                (  Qld)                                                          (PGA)

     bogatensis                         ‘Kiss and  Wishes’          ‘Blue Marvel(BallA)                                                              (PGA)

‘Baby Hope’ & ‘Martine’       ‘Happy Pink’ Qld)         ‘Cienna ose'(Qld)      (Judy Percy)

         candelabrum                   cyanicalyx                               atrocyanea

      ‘Ignition Purple’                   ‘Blue Bouquetta’                 ‘Blue Note’                            (Tess)                     (Tess)

          ‘Pink Frills’                          ‘Tutti Frutti                       ‘Fruit Tingles’ ‘               (Lyndi Garnett)                     (Lyndi Garnett)                      (Lyndi Garnett)

                                     2018

      ‘Mirage Hot Pink’                ‘Mirage Soft Pink’                 ‘Radio Red’

 ‘Mirage Burgundy’               ‘Mirage Cherry Red’            ‘Mirage Purple’

       ‘Blue Sensation’                   ‘Pink Sensation’              ‘Envy’ Dark form

  ‘Heatwave Flash’ PBR         ‘Heatwave Inferno’ PBR             ‘Karla’

Salvia 'Red Envy'

‘Red Envy’

                      2017                        

           ‘Rosalie’                                  ‘Alice’                               ‘Shimmer’

rubescens spp dolichotrix    ‘Glenda’s Purple’                   ‘Maggie May’

2016

         ‘Firecracker’                              ‘Petardo’                            ‘Brittany’

 

‘Partytime’                              ‘Pearlescence’                        ‘Ruth’

”So Cool Violet’ PGA        ‘So Cool Lilac’ PGA              ‘So Cool Purple’ PGA
similar to’ Mesa Azure’                                                   similar to ‘Mesa Azure’

‘Blaise Shann’                             ‘Jo-Anne Shann’                  ‘Rowan Shann’

‘Kate Shann’                             ‘Charles Shann’                    cuatrecasana                                

‘Pink Sensation’                  ‘Blue Sensation’                                                    (Scotsburn)                               ( Scotsburn)

‘Celestial H. Blue’               ‘Celestial H.’Purple’

2015

            ‘Annie B’                     paramiltiorrhiza             ‘Love and Wishes’

bullulata                         ‘Jane’s Delight’                   ‘Lolita’

‘Madeline’                            ‘Verona’

   2014

microphylla ‘Coconut Ice’

‘Boundary Creek’                     ‘Poppy Shann’               ‘Easter Bonnet’

‘Marshmallow’               ‘Pink Marshmallow’       ‘Palest Pink’

‘Candleglow’                          ‘Silas Dyson’

 

 

Salvia 'Rose Marvel'
Salvia ‘Rose Marvel’
Salvia 'Rose Marvel'
Salvia ‘Rose Marvel’

One thought on “New Salvias”

  1. New Salvias are appearing regularly through out the year, filtering down from QLD and NSW.
    Seedlings are found in gardens that are worth considering – only when they are sufficiently different from existing Salvias.
    Seed is raised from overseas growers, bringing in new species and varieties.
    Nurseries are always selecting newer, better, dwarf varieties, different colours that will suit the home gardener.
    Keep watching for new varieties and hybrids to appear

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