Autumn sage



Salvia greggii






Form: Shrub
Seasonality: evergreen
Size: 3ft high by 3 foot wide
Flowers: Spikes of trumpet-shaped, flowers, usually red, but varies; (February to November)
Leaves: Large variation, simple, elliptical, usually 1in long

Fruit: Small seed, insignificant
Stems/Trunks: Angular, new growth is lush green, old growth can be woody
Range/Origin: Chihuahua desert
Hardiness: Sunset Zones; 8-24

Comments: Low litter, No thorns, Attracts hummingbirds



  • Exposure: Full sun,
  • Water: Low to regular
  • Soil: Tolerant, well drained
  • Propagation: Seed, cuttings
  • Maintenance: Low, but can be pruned back drastically to encourage lush growth and good flowering


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