Salvia leucantha

‘Santa Barbara’
Salvia 'Santa Barbara' is a dwarf variety of Mexican sage with fuzzy silver-gray foliage topped with spires of velvety purple flowers from summer into fall. Heat and drought tolerant once established. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Pairs well with summer blooming Rudbeckia, Echinacea and Helianthus.
common name:
mexican sage
plug size:
72
hardiness zone:
7 – 10
color:
purple/lavender
height:
36"
light:
full sun
bloom time:
summer to fall
patent status:
USPP#12949
Next Availability: Week 8