Butterflies, drought, flooding, pollination, garden planning, heat waves -- we've got it all!
Designing Salvia gardens is soothing during cold weather.
Grab bags contain surprises. You'll find lots of bees and a bit of buzz about mosquitos in this one.
Find lots of how-to ideas in this issue to inspire spring garden planning.
From Southern California to Israel, many Salvias grow in dry climates. Desert plants are good choices for dry gardens.
Salvia Guru marks the end of 2015 and its wild weather with 15 links related to drought, flooding and adaptable sages.
Even in winter, gardens provide food and shelter for small wildlife, including birds, butterflies, insects and small mammals.
The holidays are a good time to consider salvia's gifts of flavor, fragrance and good health.
Every tenth issue, we report what stories were tops. Plus, it's break time for Salvia Guru.
Hummingbirds are like jewels you discover in your garden. This issue of Salvia Guru is dedicated to these lovely birds.