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Common Name | Botanical Name

Salvia coccinea

Tropical Sage

Usually grown as an annual. Bushy, upright; to 2–3 ft. tall, 2 1/2 ft.wide. Dark green, hairy, o...

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Salvia dorrii

Desert Sage

May have a rounded habit or form a spreading mat; grows 1–3 ft. high, 2–4 ft. wide. Branch...

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Salvia elegans

Pineapple Sage

In the wild, this species is variable in habit, bloom time, leaf fragrance. The most commonly grown fo...

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Salvia farinacea 'Evolution'

Salvia farinacea

Mealycup Sage

Usually grown as annuals. Upright growth to 3–4 ft. tall, half as wide. Narrowly lance-shaped le...

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Salvia greggii

Autumn Sage

Rounded plant, branching from base; typically grows 1–4 ft. high and wide. Slender, hairy stems ...

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Salvia guaranitica

Anise-Scented Sage

Upright, branching plant to 4–5 ft. high and nearly as wide. Spreads by short underground runner...

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Salvia involucrata

Roseleaf Sage

To 5–6 ft. high and wide, often in one season. Oval, minutely toothed, 5–6-in.-long, rich ...

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Salvia leucantha

Mexican Bush Sage

Vigorous, upright, velvety plant to 3–4 ft. tall, 3–6 ft. or more wide; sprawls in bloom. ...

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Salvia leucophylla

Purple Sage

Graceful plant to 3–5 ft. high with equal or greater width; arching branches have upturned tips,...

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Salvia mellifera

Black Sage

Native tocoastal California and Baja California.To 3–6 ft. tall, 3–5 ft. ormore wide; upright to sprea...

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Mexican sage (Salvia mexicana)

Salvia mexicana

Mexican Sage

Robust, erect growth to 10 ft. or taller, 3–5 ft. wide. Leaves to 6 in. long, typically elongate...

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Salvia microphylla

Evergreen shrub. From southeastern Arizona through southern Mexico, with many local variant forms. Ran...

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