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Salvia apiana

white sage

SC05905

It is a sub-shrub that can grow more than 1 meter high. The leaves (approximately 4-8 cm long) are at the base and are covered with dense hairs that give them a white coloration. The leaves are lancate with very narrow bases, and the margins are toothed. The inflorescence is a cluster with few flowers. The white flowers have lavender spots and streaks. The flowers are bilaterally shaped and 12-22 mm long. Both stamen and styles emerge beyond the end of the flower lobes. White sage is a common plant that requires well-drained dry soil, full sun and little water. The plant is found on dry slopes of coastal sage scrub, chaparral, and yellow pine forests from southern California to Baja California below 1,500 meters elevation.

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Price per gram

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Technical Information

Planting Information

Direct seeding

Average Height
100-200
Properties

Additional information

Leaf Lifespan

Evergreen

Flower Color

White, Violet

Leaf Color

Grayish Green

Flowering Season

Early Spring, Late Spring

Sowing Season

Early Spring, Late Spring

Group

Shrubs

Habitat

Forests

Plant Lifespan

Perennial

Water Requirements

Low

Light Requirements

Full Sun

Origin

Native Seeds

Soil Type

Indifferent