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Salvia sinaloensis (Salvia, Blue)

Salvia, Blue

Bicolor Sage

Salvia sinaloensis

Mexican native salvia with a compact spreading growth habit. The stems and flower calyx are both slightly hairy; neon blue flowers with white spots on the lower petals appear spring to fall and are very distinguishable against the bronze-green foliage.

Underground stolons allow Bicolor Sage to spread out, easily becoming a perennial groundcover.

Member of Plants for Texas Program


Flower Color:

Blue

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Height

12 Inches

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Spread

12 Inches


USDA Hardiness Zone 8a

Characteristics & Attributes

Deer Tolerance
High
Exposure
Full Sun to Full Shade
Habit
Perennial
Water Needs
Low