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Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'
Salvia 'Mexican Bush'

Salvia 'Mexican Bush'

Salvia leucantha ❄️
$6.50

Height: 4’-6’
Spread 4’-6’
Bloom: August-November
Light: Full Sun
Water: Moderate
Zone: 8, 9, 10
Origin: Mexico

Mexican bush sage, also known as Salvia leucantha, is a perennial shrub that is native to Central America and Mexico. It produces bicolor flowers that are a beautiful sight from late summer to frost. The flowers consist of white corollas and funnel-shaped purple calyces that last longer than the corollas.

The flowers grow in dense, arching, terminal spikes that can be up to 10 inches long. Butterflies and hummingbirds are attracted to these flowers. The plant has linear, lance-shaped, gray-green leaves that grow in pairs on square stems. The leaves have a velvety texture, which is why the species may also be referred to as velvet sage.

Note : Preparation of materials for careful packaging of plants before shipping typically takes between 3-5 business days, in addition to the standard shipping times.

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