Wild meadow sage combines the best qualities of a wildflower: it blooms the first year from seed; it's tough and has no insect or disease problems; it's showy in flower and blooms a long time; it selfsows easily without being aggressive. Meadow sage has branched spikes of dark violet-blue flowers that attract hummingbirds and are excellent cutflowers fresh and dried. Grows to about 18 inches tall. Plant in full sun in average to gravelly soil. Does not tolerate poor drainage.
Size: 700 seeds