A stunning new Salvia variety, with a neat, but vigorous plant habit, lush green foliage that is covered with sizzling burgundy-red flower spikes from April to November. Sterile and self-cleaning, no need to deadhead always looks luxuriant yet tidy.
Plant Your Saucy Wine Salvia 1.5-2.5 feet apart for a seamless planting. Otherwise, Space plants 24-36 inches apart to allow for vigorous growth. Or, for an impressive planting more quickly.
Celia (verified owner) –
Nice healthy plant. Planted and thriving.
sweetrock5 (verified owner) –
Color is amazing! Arrived in good condition with plenty of gorgeous blooms.
Nancy (verified owner) –
My salvia arrived last week. It was in great condition, well-packaged, and blooming. I planted it next to my esperanzas and it will contrast to the vibrant yellow and bright green. I wanted one last year but discovered it only after it was sold out. Glad to add it to my garden.
cwilson6 (verified owner) –
Performed outstanding! Planted early spring (Zone 8a) NC and they looked beautiful until first hard frost in late November. Wish i could post a photo. They were gorgeous.
candylloyd1610 (verified owner) –
Very healthy plants and is doing great in the garden.
kshirey (verified owner) –
Arrived healthy and doing very well since planted. Love the color!
KewGee (verified owner) –
I ordered two saucy wine and albeit they arrived with many leaves in the box and one looking a little ‘not well’, they are doing great in their spots in my garden. I am pleased.
Dana Brooks (verified owner) –
excellent packaging, fast delivery, and plants met expectations.
jim.marzo (verified owner) –
I ordered Saucy Wine but received Saucy Red. As it turns out, I think the Red works better, color wise, where I planted them, so I’m not complaining. The plants were in good shape when I received them and seem to be doing well in my planter.
MARGARITAVALDEZ44 (verified owner) –
Very cute plant arrived in bloom out of the box. Blooms are a deep wine color and foliage is fast growing.
Is this salvia good for sw florida
PBM Garden Expert –
The Saucy Wine Salvia grows well in USDA zones 7-10(Florida ranges from USDA zone 7-11). You can find out your exact growing zone by going to our homepage and using the “Find your zone” tool located on the left side of the page. That will be the best way to know if this plant will thrive in your area.
tedraulmer (verified owner) –
What a beautiful plant! Just arrived Friday and the foliage is extremely lush. I can’t wait for the beautiful blooms to open (I can already see a hint of color–and it’s a WOW). The photos don’t do this one justice. Great choice for our hot West Texas climate.