No, but they sure look like it!
Salvia are hardy bloomers. These hardy annuals live in pots around our deck all summer and get moved inside during winter. Salvia varieties grow about 3 feet high and wide on sturdy stalks. They are fast and constant bloomers. I remove spent flowers when there are only a couple flowers left at the bottom of the flower stalk to encourage more blooms. Bees, butterflies, moths and hummingbirds regularly pay visits. We've also seen other salvia varieties in white, blue and purple.