|From midsummer to midautumn, the perennial glutinosa blooms in soft hairy pale yellow flowers 1-1/2 inches long on branched or unbranched stems. On the bright yellow lower petals, the marking are maroon and reddish brown. Mid-green leaves on this perennial, sometimes known as Jupiter's distaff, are toothed in a heart-shaped 8 inches long. Salvis can be planted in a sunny border, in a meadow or used for bedding and container planting. The grow best in light moderately fertile, humus but moist will drained soil in full sun to light shade.