Texas Sage

Salvia coccinea

If you’re looking for a sage that flowers continuously, then this is the one for you! With its scarlet flowers appearing in loose whorls on 12″ stalks, it makes a great cut flower. The tubular flowers also have lots of nectar, so they attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees.

Water: Drought Tolerant

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: Herbaceous upright subshrub to 3' tall and 3' wide

Light: Full Sun

Soil: Moderately fertile well-draining soil

Origin: South Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Mexico

Texas Sage