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Grey Shrub Sage

Sun or light shade. A low, mounding evergreen salvia with woody stems and aromatic greyish foliage. Sky-blue flowers appear as early as February and may last all season long.\n\nNative to the [...]

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Big Red Sage

Sun. An herbaceous perennial salvia, with 2′-3′ tall wands of reddish-purple sage flowers in spring and summer. Somewhat similar to scarlet sage in habit, but the glossy leaves are [...]

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Scarlet Sage

Partial shade, even under live oaks; blooms better with morning sun. A small, spreading herbaceous perennial with spikes of scarlet red blooms all through the warm season. Many colors and various [...]

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Pineapple Sage

Shade or partial shade; protect from summer sun.\n\nAn herbaceous perennial sage with a delicate pineapple scent. Red blooms attract hummingbirds. Pineapple sage is unlikely to last long without [...]

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Mountain Sage

Part shade. Nearly evergreen with thin leaves and red to orange blooms generally in early summer and again in autumn. A small shrub, it prefers rocky settings in its native habitat, so avoid [...]

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Mealy Cup Sage

Sun/part shade. An herbaceous perennial; it appears in spring with blue flower spikes all summer long. A short-lived perennial, it normally freezes back down to the ground in winter. Finches and [...]

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