How to Plant a Mexican Bush Sage
The Mexican bush sage is a perennial plant native to Mexico. It is resistant to deer, hardy, drought-resistant and is known for stalks of lavender flowers when it is in bloom. While native to desert areas, the Mexican bush sage can grow in cooler...
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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