Mexican Bush Sage

Scientific Name Salvia leucantha
Plant Type Perennial
Mature Height 4'
Plant Spread 4'
Flower Color Purple
Bloom Time Spring to Fall
Character Deciduous
Light Requirement Full Sun
Water Requirement Low to Medium
Wildlife Value Birds, Hummingbirds, Butterflies
Uses Shrub Border, Mass Planting, Mixed Bed
Consider Combining with Use Blackfoot Daisy, Skullcap, or Dwarf Yaupon Holly as a border in front.
Texas Native No
Description Produces large arching spikes of striking purple and white flowers late Summer through Fall, Gray-green foliage has a velvet-like appearance and provides stark contrast.
Mexican Bush Sage Photo
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