Recommended website links & publications....
For more information on Salvias, I recommend the following publications:
The Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias
....by John Whittlesey.
LA CONNAISSANCE DES SAUGES
....by Christian Froissart.
SALVIAS and SALVIAS II
....by Christine Yeo.
THE NEW BOOK OF SALVIAS
....by Betsy Clebsch.
THE GARDENER'S GUIDE TO GROWING SALVIAS
....by John Sutton.
I have also found the following websites to be very informative:
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The site for my collaborative partner in Argentina. Full of beautiful photographs.
This website is owned by Dr.Martin Reith, he has been in Hispaniola for a few months collecting and photographing some of the world's rarest Salvias.
A wonderful nursery in Belgium, superbly stocked and run by very knowledgeable owners.
John Whittlesey's website for his Canyon Creek Nursery in northern California.
His catalog has extensive offerings of Salvias, and John continues to incorporate them generously into his gardens. John is a graduate of the California School of Garden Design.
The website of the Royal Horticultural Society from London, England
A New Zealand supplier of plants and seeds including many Salvias.
Many photographs of Salvias in Australia, by my friend Annette Bax.
A Californian family farm specialising in Salvias. They believe that you will appreciate the health and vitality of their Salvias.
William Dyson's website for his nursery in Sevenoaks, Kent, England.
A highly-respected source of Salvia seeds.
Cabrillo College, Department of Horticulture, have much useful information on their website and they also sell plants.
Salvia Study Group of Victoria
The Salvia Display Garden is in the beautiful Nobelius Heritage Park, located downhill from the Nobelius Packing Shed on the Puffing Billy Line in Victoria, Australia. It is within walking distance of Emerald Lake Park
This website is in Japanese, but has some interesting Salvia photos and detail