Trust us on this one - when mixed with colored flowers, white flowers make the others all the brighter and more intense. 'White Flame' salvia stands almost two feet tall with white flower spikes rising above dense green foliage. Due to its height, this salvia can be placed at the center of a container planter, but it then becomes a backdrop for other summer flowers. White Flame salvia surrounded by pink petunias, calibrachoas, or scaevola generates a romantic feel. Looking for a dramatic flair? Try mixing White Flame salvia with dark blues, purples or reds. Want a light, summery feel? White Flame salvia and warm toned lantanas, marigolds, or osteospermum should do the trick. And what about an all white basket? Pure elegance.