Salvia apiana | White Sagebrush

A sprawling form and color make this an easy to identify plant. Foliage is aromatic, particularly when brushed. Flowers are white and bloom in spikes above the 4-inch leaves, aging to light pink or lavender. It is a chaparral native so reduce watering in summer. Canopy coverage: 20 square feet.

Water Requirement: very low

Sun Exposure: partial shade, full sun

Cold Hardiness: cold hardy to 25F

Growth Rate: moderate, fast

Height: 4 feet high

Width: 5 feet wide


Foliage Color: silver

Flower Color: white

Flower Season: spring, summer

Wildlife: bees