Salvia greggii, Cherry Sage, Gregg’s Sage, Autumn Sage, Texas Sage

Cherry Sage

Salvia greggii

Common Names: Gregg’s Sage, Autumn Sage, Texas Sage

Light: Full Sun

Height: 2′ – 3′

Spacing/Spread: 2′ – 4′

Evergreen: Yes.

Color: Pink, Purple, Red pr White.

Interest: Flowers from Spring to Frost.

Landscape Companions:

Texas Native: Yes, Plant is Texas native.

Extra: Deer resistant.

Wildlife habitat: Provides food/shelter for bees, butterflies and birds.

Features: Excellent Texas native perennial. Extra long blooming season. Available in many colors. Deer resistant.

Austin Native Landscaping: “Autumn Sage is one of the best Texas native perennials one can choose in full sun. Great as a low layer planting acting as a beautiful evergreen foreground to your taller elements in the back. This Xeriscape worthy (Cherry sage will survive with as little as 12 annual inches of rain), evergreen, highly deer resistant, long flowering perennials is a no brainer pick for most full sun, drought resistant garden designs. Cherry Sage comes in many varieties: White, Purple, Red and Pink. Highly recommended!”

 

Plantaholic:

Family: Lamiaceae (Pronounced – lay-mee-AY-see-ee)

Genus: Salvia (Pronounced – SAL-vee-uh)

Species: greggii (Pronounced – GREG-ee-eye)

Propagation: Seeds, Softwood cuttings, rootball division.

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