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Salvia blepharophylla - Eyelash Leaved Sage

Salvia blepharophylla is a long blooming perennial sage. The Eyelash Leaved Sage is quite brittle so it should not be grown in a high traffic environment. Salvia blepharophylla has 18-24" shoots that come up from a slowly spreading rhizomatous root zone. Salvia blepharophylla has grown well in full sun to fairly dense shade. Salvia blepharophylla is root hardy into the low 20°s F. Salvia blepharophylla is a good addition to the hummingbird garden and the butterfly garden.

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Salvia blepharophylla, Eyelash Leaved Sage