Bicolor Mexican Sage

Salvia leucantha 'Greenwood'

Considered to be the normal color for the species, this sage has white tubular blooms that emerge from velvety purple calyxes on dense flower spikes from late Summer to Fall. Mexican sage is a drought tolerant, sun and heat loving, reliable clump forming perennial that is considered deer proof.

Water: Moderate, but the amount of water this plant gets will determine its size!

Hardiness: Can be damaged in deep frost

Habit: 3 to 4' tall by 3 to 4' wide

Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Soil: Neutral, drought tolerant, needs good drainage

Origin: Mexico, Central America

Additional Characteristics: Deer Resistant

Bicolor Mexican Sage