There are so many choices when it comes to garden plants. And salvia garden plants are popular garden plant species that share the same family Lamiaceae with mint and sage herb. For a low water garden or a garden with poor soil conditions, salvia garden plants are excellent choice of ornamental plant and ground cover. Like many members of the mint family, these species are very hardy, except in extremely cold weather, and they actually prefer poor soil, as long as it drains well. In temperate conditions, the plants can be grown as annuals, and they will turn into very large bushes if allowed to grow unchecked. Perennial salvia will reseed itself, and it can also be propagated through root division every few years. Being tolerant to drought conditions, salvias are very easy to grow.
The most concerning part is selecting the right species suitable for the climatic conditions in your area. Also, according to your approach (therapeutic, culinary, or aesthetic) of planting them, choose the correct cultivars Salvia garden plants perform best in full sunlight. If such areas are not available in your flower garden, prepare soil in partial shaded location. Or a more simple option is to grow salvia garden plants in pots or containers.