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.
|Name||Mature height||Mature width||Flower color||Bract color||Exposure|
|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|