Due to the unique design of their nectar-rich flowers, Salvias are considered at the very top of hummingbird attracting perennials list. Even though the tubular flowers of 'White Flame' Salvia are of course white, the hummingbirds, butterflies and other beneficial pollinators will still flock to them. In our gardens here in USDA Zone 8 of mid-Georgia, the candle-like flower spikes begin to appear in mid-spring and continue in abundance to the first hard frost in winter. This is a relatively new one for us so we haven't received any feedback from our customers in USDA Zone 7, but the breeder says it's cold hardy in that zone. We suggest growing this one in full to mostly sun for best vigor and heaviest flower production. Get all the details below!