An endless display of huge purple tubular flowers that emerge from dark colored calyxes are borne from spring to frost on this vigorous growing hybrid Salvia. Amistad Salvia begins flowering even when still small and your hummingbirds will love you for its continuous supply of rich nectar. Give this big guy plenty of room because it can exceed 6' wide by the end of summer with a mature height of about 4'! Item# 10567.
Deep fuchsia 2" long tubular flowers emerge from dark coral colored spikes atop this vigorous Salvia from spring to fall with rich deep green foliage as a backdrop. Wendy's Wish Salvia does double duty as its flowers attract hummingbirds and other long tongued pollinators throughout summer and a portion of the proceeds from each plant sold is donated to Make A Wish® Australia. Item# 10836.
Purple 2" long tubular flowers emerge from dark colored spikes atop a bushy, vigorous, and free flowering Salvia that flowers from spring to fall. Love and Wishes Salvia attracts hummingbirds throughout the growing season as well as larger butterflies. A portion of the proceeds from each plant sold is donated to Make A Wish® Australia. Provide a mostly sunny position and moderately fertile, well-drained soil for the best results. Item# 11158
Spikes of deep lavender tubular flowers are produced from spring to fall on this compact well-branched Salvia. Summer Jewel Lavender is an exciting new color development in this free flowering native that hummingbirds, bees, and other pollinators adore and Scarlet Sage is the number one most recommended Salvia species for hummingbirds! A perennial in mild winter climates and may reseed under good conditions. Revels in the heat and sun but is known to flower in some shade as well! Enjoy it in the garden and add it to containers. Item# 11181
Who knew you could out do Black and Blue Salvia?! Black & Bloom Salvia produces larger flowers that emerge from deep black calyces adorned along black stems. It flowers earlier and is a more vigorous plant overall growing slightly larger and has thick deep green quilted foliage. Like its pollen parent, Black & Bloom Salvia attracts hummingbirds as well as larger butterflies to its deep dark violet blue tubular flowers. This a great perennial for full sun to mostly sunny gardens or medium to large containers. Item# 11180
Red Firecracker Fern, Firecracker Plant, Coral Fountain Plant
The Red Firecracker Fern produces loads of 1" showy red tubular flowers that are born in large loose clusters throughout the warmer months of the year or nearly year round where winters are mild. Excellent for Hummingbirds! This is a durable and long-lived, clump forming perennial that requires little additional care once well-established. The Firecracker Fern has excellent heat and sun tolerance as well as moderate drought resistance once well-established. It is even listed as being suitable for xeriscaping. Firecracker Fern is listed as a Texas A&M Outstanding Coastal Plant. Item# 417.
A larger flowering form of the common Batface Cuphea which produces 1-1/2" long red tubular blooms that end with a purple bat-like face that is accented by the bright red 'ears'. Much loved by hummers!! Item# 315.
Sunset Scentsation Night Blooming Jasmine, Queen of the Night, Lady of the Night
An Almost Eden Exclusive introduction! 'Sunset Scentsation' Night Blooming Jasmine has proven to be a vigorous repeat blooming selection, producing waves of the famously fragrant blooms about every 6 weeks during the growing season. The tubular white to greenish-white blooms begin to release their wonderful perfume at sunset and continues through early morning. This is a vigorous growing tropical shrub in warmer regions, or grow as a perennial in zone 8B. Item # 528.
1" tubular orange blooms, tipped in white, are produced from spring to fall. An upright to arching shrubby perennial. Sun tolerant. Attracts Hummingbirds. An excellent and easy hybrid Cuphea. Item # 361.
An uncommon, but beautiful native perennial, producing upward facing coral-red tubular buds that open to show off the star-like flowers with a creamy yellow to greenish yellow throat. The unusual flowers are produced in large clusters and are born from spring to summer. An easy and reliable, clump forming native that slowly develops into a mass of sturdy stems with nearly every one topped by a beautiful inflorescence. Winter dormant. Item# 467.