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Salvia semiatrata

Classification

Order: Lamiales
   Family: Lamiaceae
            Genus: Salvia
                        Specie: Salvia semiatrata

Planting Season: Evergreen

Height at Maturity: 3 ft (1 m)

Cultivation: Well-drained soil in a sunny position

Features: Wrinkled gray-green leaves; lavender and purple flowers in summer

Uses: Shrub borders Tubs Dry gardens

Zones: 9-11

Description: Around 3?ft (1 m) high and wide, this shrubby sage has very drought tolerant, small, wrinkled, gray-green leaves. Throughout the warmer months it produces spikes of lavender and purple flowers that are more than half-enclosed by deep burgundy calyces. ZON

Growth Habit: Multi-stemmed habit

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