Salvia farinacea
'Henry Duelberg'

Salvia farinacea Henry Duelberg Salvia farinacea Henry Duelberg

Spring thru Fall bloom! I’m highly im­pressed by this indestructible, drought tolerant and prolific Sage. Velvety purple stems to 4’ tall are topped with 6-8” rich purple inflorescences that bob in the wind. Pretty Spring green foliage and handsome habit. Discovered in a rural cemetery growing quite happily with no additional water and no care except an occasional brutal weed whacking – this low-water, low-maintenance, indestructible, blue-flowering selection of a Texas native sage is the perfect addition to a low-water sunny garden! Cut back to 1’ in Winter. Rich soil is best. A Salvia that makes good cut flowers! Hummers, bees and butterflies! 4’x3’. Deer resistant

Full Sun
Low/Avg. water

Perennial
USDA zones 7-10