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Salvias

There is a large group of Salvias, it contains annual, biennial, and perennial shrubs, more than 9 00 species of it are found. Its other common name is sage. Know How to grow salvias, Propagation salvias,  Salvias Care, Pests and diseases salvias and more about sage.

These are the charm of your garden and borders from Midsummer to frost. Most gardeners grow Salvia to the charm of your garden due to the brilliant red spiky blooms in summer and autumn. Famous Salvia is the culinary herb sage, with the bright brown-green leaves. Well, known salvias, such as S. leucantha, warm and arid climate are residents of California and the Mediterranean region and flourish very well in low water gardens.

Finds in many colors of salvia, which are main, blue, yellow, orange, pink, red, mauve and white.
Some Salvia’s presence is like a bush. Their leaves are attractive and aromatic in the growing season. It depends on you which type of species of Salvia you choose. Salvia officinalis is its most popular species. Recently received popular Chia plant seeds have been added to Salvia hispanica plates.

Salvias

Classification

Scientific name                    Syringa

Common name                   Salvia

Plant type                            Flower

Sun requires                        Full Sun/part Sun

Blooming time                    Autumn/ winter / spring

Flower colors                      Mauve, pink, red, white, orange cerise and blue

Soil                                      any / well-drained

Soil pH                                6.0-7.5

Zone                                   4-10

How to grow salvias

Location and soil

Salvias likes full sun and very well-drained soil. However, most of its varieties tolerate partial shade. Some rising salvia plants like Japanese yellow sage (Salvia koyamae) prefer rich humid soil and partial shade, which are not very popular. The best time to plant salvia is after the last cold when the outside soil becomes warm. At this time you can develop it by seeds or cutting. Read more.

Propagation salvias

Grown from seeds

Salvia is often grown from seeds, you can grow it directly in your garden, or you can transplant them by planting them inside the houses. Start this early in the season, and choose a place where there is sunlight. spread its seeds over the soil. Sprinkle the water lightly on top of it. After the last cold in your garden transplanting it. Keep the space 10-20” apart from the basis of the species. “Give too much room for good bloom, Salvia is also propagated by division, which performs very well in the spring.

When to cutting salvia

Shrubby Salvia can easily plant you this year. Shrubby Salvia usually produces side shoots. Drag them very easily and keep the heel out, so do not trim them. Then you fill the potting mixture in a pot and do the planting, after some time it will come easily rooted.

Planting tips

  • Salvia Plants prefer the presence of the full sun. They grow well in the average or better and completely well-drained soil.
  • Start the salvia seed in the indoor with potting mix and keep it in a warm environment and the appropriate sunlight. Most gardener buys salvia seedlings, which are widely available.
  • When planting these, use general purpose fertilizer, again after about 1 month.
  • After planting, when it is established, it should be allowed to grow with some of the problems.
  • Put the soil moist to slightly dry. water then twice a week during hot weather.
  • Make a layer of 2 to inch pearl Mulch all around the plant, so that it can get moisture and get rid of the weed.
  • There are lots of species of salvia, they plant them in places where they regrow and enjoy it again.

Salvias

Salvias Care

  • These plants require lots of room for their roots. So if they are growing fast then quickly repot them into the big container. If you want, you can put it on the ground.
  • When the plant grows rapidly in length and does not get support then it usually bends above the top and when fresh contact with the moist soil becomes new roots, and the new plant is born. This is the reason why this plant spreads in the forest.
  • The ideal temperature for this plant is 60-80 degrees F. They prefer the humidity, position. If the humidity is above 50% then it is much happier.
  • Salvia plants prefer regular feeding. Read more.

Salvia in winter and spring

Salvias are from the calm and mountainous regions of Central and South America and grow in the tropical areas. But in these 2,000-meter-high areas, the slower increase in contrast to their drought, climate varieties, but they flourish in autumn, cold and spring. Many Salvias leaves of this group are larger. Cutting of winter flowers in the summer encourages its new development.

Feeding

Before planting, add a balanced fertilizer to the soil. Give liquid fertilizer to encourage plant growth in mid-summer. If your salvia is in the container, give salvaged food twice a week and do not allow them to completely dry.

Pruning

When the flower blossoms stop, cut off old branches, which can encourage new growth. Use the best cut flowers for Salvius flower bouquets.

Pests and diseases salvias

Aphids, mealybugs, spider mites and Whiteflies are a major problem, use pesticide soap spray to deal effectively with it. Spray twice a week, after 3-4 sprays, you will get rid of this problem. Aphids, mealybugs, spider mites, etc. also worry about it. Apart from this, powdery mildew, rust, stem rot, and leaves spots due to fungus, etc also the diseases trouble it.

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