Mexican Sage Picture Gallery

Mexican Sage comes in a variety of colors and sizes. But all except the variegated leaf varieties are workhorses in the garden. Long blooming, drought tolerant and a favorite of pollinator, you can count on Salvia leucantha to grow and thrive.  We include here a few outstanding hybrids that include Salvia leucantha as a parent.

Mexican Sage is winter hardy to USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 8 with proper preperation.


Properties for plants in the Mexican Sage Picture Gallery
Name Mature height Mature width Flower color Bract color Exposure
Salvia x 'Anthony Parker' 4 to 5 feet 5 to 6 feet Strong Violet Dark Purple Full sun to partial shade
Salvia leucantha 'Variegata' 1 to 2 feet 1 to 2 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Vivid Reddish Purple Partial shade
Salvia x 'Waverly' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'Danielle's Dream' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Moderate Purplish Pink Pale Yellowish Green Full sun
Salvia x 'Phyllis' Fancy' 5 to 6 feet 5 to 6 feet Not yet defined * Not yet defined * Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'Greenwood' 3 to 4 feet 3 to 4 feet Yellowish white Vivid Violet Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'Midnight' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Vivid Purple Vivid Violet Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'White Mischief' 2 to 3 feet 2 to 3 feet Yellowish white Very Pale Green Full sun
Salvia leucantha 'Santa Barbara' 2 to 3 feet 3 to 4 feet Vivid Reddish Purple Light Purple Full sun
* We have not yet defined this plants colors