Mealy sage

Mealy sage

Common Name : Mealy sage, Texas wildflower Botanical name : Salvia farinacea Family : Lamiaceae Genus : Salvia Synonym : Salvia earlei , Salvia caesia Height : 2 feet tall Type : Herbaceous perennial Light Requirement : Sunny, part shade Family : Lamiaceae Origin/Native : New Mexico Spread : 3 feet wide Flowers : Blue, purple, white,fragrant Foliage : Greyish green, lance-shaped Flowers bloomg season : April-Frost Attracts : Bees, butterflies, humming birds Propagation : Seeds, Cuttings Suitable for : Borders, Garden beds

Mealy sage

Photographs: Guna Selvi Camera: Nikon D40x Location : Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore[Bengaluru], Karnataka, India


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