Salvia 'Gracias'

Hybrid Sage Gracias

Plant family: Lamiaceae - Mint


Plant type: Groundcover, Slope Stabilizer

Plant origin: N/A, Horticultural Selection, Hybrid

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Flower Color Lavender
Blooming Season Spring, Summer
Height 1-2 feet
Spread 5-10 feet
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Horticultural Selection

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Clay, Decomposed Granite, Sand, Sandy Loam

Special Characteristic

Autumn Foliage, Exceptional Fragrance, Good in Containers, Slope Stabilizer

Plant Highlights

This sage is very useful in the garden. It is tolerant of heat and needs very little water, making its creeping and groundcover characteristics a good match for rocky hillsides or barren areas. This a slow-growing spreader tha is often found growing near granite rocks, and tougher conditions where other sage varieties have a harder time. The flowers are blueish-purple and are in bloom from spring to early summer, providing butterflies, hummingbirds, and pollinators with a slow-growing field of flowers to visit. The leaves are a gray-green, and fragrant when crushed.

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Did well for me first year, but did not return in the spring after the 2016-2017 big water winter (24 inches in Poway).

Posed by: Rod Norman, on Mar 9 2018 1:08PM