Difference between revisions of "Salvia apiana"

From Native Plant Database
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Image:Salvia apiana 01.JPG|thumb|Salvia apiana]]
[[Image:Salvia apiana 01.JPG|thumb|''Salvia apiana'']]
[[Image:Salvia apiana 12.JPG|thumb|Salvia apiana]]
[[Image:Salvia apiana 12.JPG|thumb|''Salvia apiana'']]
[[Image:Salvia apiana 11.JPG|thumb|Salvia apiana]]
[[Image:Salvia apiana 11.JPG|thumb|''Salvia apiana'']]
<h3>'''Species Name: ''Salvia apiana''<br>
<h3>'''Species Name: ''Salvia apiana''<br>

Revision as of 02:53, 3 September 2009

Salvia apiana
Salvia apiana
Salvia apiana

Species Name: Salvia apiana
Common Name: White Sage

Important Native American ceremonial plant. Flower stalks are tall and arching, up to six feet long. Striking white foliage and beautiful structural form. A local native. Tolerates heavy soil. Bees love it.

Plant Family: Lamiaceae
Plant Type: Perennial
Height by Width: 3-5' H x 4-6' W (flower spike to 6'+)
Growth Habit: Rounded
Deciduous/Evergreen: Evergreen
Growth Rate: Fast
Sun Exposure: Full to part sun
Soil Preference: Adaptable
Water Requirements: Drought-tolerant to occasional
Cold Hardy to: 15 degrees F
Flower Season: Spring/Summer
Flower Color: White
Endangered?: Not listed
Distribution: Coastal Southern California to desert margins, Baja
Natural Habitat: Dry slopes in Coastal Sage Scrub, Chaparral, Yellow Pine Forest below 5000'

Hummingbird iconA.jpg Songbird iconA.jpg Butterfly iconA.jpg Clay iconA.jpg Fragrant iconA.jpg Slope iconA.jpg

Care and Maintenance


Other Names