salvia - fall planting?
I've read that Salvia are best planted in the spring particularly in Zone 6 as they are prone to succomb their first winter if not well established.
Is this information corrrect as a general rule in Zone 6 with wet winters?
Can a Salvia suitable for my zone be purchased NOW and overwintered in a pot that's either well protected on a deck or in an unheated garage?
I'll be buying some in spring that aren't hardy in my zone just for hummingbirds but wanted to garner some of your experience in case I could purchase something like Salvia "Maraschino" and other bush sages while they're on sale right now.
Thanks in advance for "sage advice" from the Salvia Forum regulars!