Salvia leucantha 1g

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Mexican Bush Sage is known for its showy spikes of two-toned white and purple flowers that first emerge in spring and rebloom continuously through fall. Foliage is a deeply-textured, dark green on top and silver-grey on the bottom that contrasts beautifully with its fuzzy white stems. Great for hot, dry, sunny spots and only needs occasional to infrequent water once established but looks best with more water. Plant in full sun to light shade. Flowers are highly attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Should be pruned in mid to late winter for a more compact growth habit and a fresh look in the spring. As with other Salvia leucantha, it is imperative to wait for basal resprout to cut the plant back hard. At times, this may require a two step process to force such growth. Failure to do so typically results in mortality.
Common Name:
Mexican Bush Sage - Purple w/White
Mature Height:
3-4'
Mature Spread:
3-5'
Exposure:
Sun/Light Shade
Growth:
Evergreen
Flower Color:
Purple/White
Soil:
Not particular
Foliage Color:
Grey/Green
Flower Time:
Reblooming, multiple cycles