Dig a hole twice as wide as and the same depth as the Mexican bush sage's
container. Slope the sides of the hole inward from top to bottom. Leave the soil at
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Salvia Mexican Sage Botanical Name: Salvia luecantha Mexican Sage is a hardy
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Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha). SAL-vee-ah ... Salvias are some of the
showiest plants for containers, annual borders, and mixed borders. Butterflies
Oct 12, 2011 ... Said to prefer full sun, in our heat, Mexican sage can grow ... To grow salvia
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An easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant plant also known as velvet sage, Mexican bush
sage (Salvia ... Remove the plant carefully from the nursery container.
Salvia Species, Mexican Bush Sage. Salvia leucantha .... I had plants of the all
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Mexican Bush Sage (Salvia leucantha) is prized by gardeners for its ornamental
... Easy to grow, it thrives in full sun (but tolerates part shade) in average to rich,
evenly moist, well-drained soils. Perfectly suited for beds, borders or containers.