Texas Ranger- Texas Sage
Leucophyllum frutescens

Also commonly known as Texas Sage and Cenizo, Texas Ranger is a popular xeriscape plant with many cultivars to suit the needs of any landscape. Texas Ranger is an iconic plant to practice using water wisely; the number one stimulant of landscape plant growth is irrigation water volume applied to landscapes, and Texas Ranger demonstrates this concept perfectly. Water Texas Ranger less and it will respond with slower growth needing less pruning to keep it's size in check.

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Type: Shrubs
Hardiness: 10˚F
Water: Low
Sun Exposure: Full
Growth Rate: Slow
Average Size: 6’ H × 6’ W
Coverage: 28 square feet
Foliage Type: Evergreen
Foliage Color: Gray-green
Flower Color: Magenta/Lavender
Flower Season: March to November
Fruit: Inconspicuous
Thorns: No
Allergies: Unknown
Apply no supplemental water during winter. Irrigate as necessary during summer. You can prune any amount of vegetation from Texas Ranger shrubs and they will respond with vigorous regrowth throughout the growing season. It is recommended to prune Texas Ranger shrubs during late February to early March and then leave them alone for the remainder of the year. The result will be beautiful shrubs that have an appropriate size, a natural form, and flower profusely. Attracts bees and butterflies.