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Salvia Farinacea ‘Victoria’

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Trial: Annual

Years Trialed: 1997

Good Qualities

Excellent color (3); The Benary Victoria was superior to the other Victoria I had grown. The color was vibrant and the plant more vigorous and the stem length longer. The fall bloom color was a much richer blue. Carefree, long blooming; Pretty when dried; Very prolific germination. Can tolerate light frost; No problems.


Would be a good, uniform bedding plant. Good strong color..but it is way to short for a cut flower; All but 25 germinated out of 128 cell pack. Too much rainfall-rotted in field; By the time the stems get long enough the blooms weren’t pretty anymore. Wish the stems were longer, sometimes wilted, but most of the time it would perk back up; Skinny spikes limit versatility in design work.


Possible use as a fresh cut, it appears to shatter easily when dried; Salvia farinacea ‘Blue Bedder’ is a much taller variety.

Trial Data

Salvia farinacea ‘Victoria’
Yield (stems/plant) Stem Length (inches) Market Appreciation Rating¹ Repeat Again Rating¹ Ease of Cultivation Rating¹
Average 8.3 15 3.0 2.7 4.5

¹1 to 5 scale, with 5 being the best. Market ratings are based on sales to wholesalers, retailers, or final consumers direct.


Benary Seed
1444 Larson St.
Sycamore, IL 60178

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