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Chaparral Sage
CHAPARRAL SAGE
Salvia clevelandii

Chaparral Sage produces beautiful, highly aromatic purple to light blue flowers, and makes a beautiful floral accent in any landscape. Although this beautiful shrub can survive in the desert Southwest, it does best in partial shade, and when planted to avoid western sun exposure.

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GARDENING BASICS
Type: Shrubs
Hardiness: 25˚F
Water: Low/Medium
Sun Exposure: Partial
GROWTH
Growth Rate: Moderate
Average Size: 5’ H × 6’ W
Coverage: 28 square feet
FOLIAGE
Foliage Type: Evergreen
Foliage Color: Gray-green
FLOWERS & FRUITS
Flower Color: Purple/Indigo
Flower Season: Winter to Spring
Fruit: Inconspicuous
MORE COMMENTS
Thorns: No
Allergies: Unknown
Head back lightly in late fall or early winter if grown as perennial. Summer drought results in a loss of foliage, and therefore, looks sparse in the Summer. Attracts hummingbirds.