Salvia brandegeei - Brandegee's Sage
Salvia brandegeei is native to Santa Rosa Island near Santa Barbara. The long bumpy leaves of Brandegee's Sage are a great textural aspect of this plant even when it is not in flower. Salvia brandegeei grows to about four feet tall and wide. The lavender flowers of Brandegee's Sage bloom in the late Winter through early Spring. Salvia brandegeei is nectar source for the Mournful Duskywing and the California Dogface Butterfly and a great addition to the hummingbird garden as well as the butterfly garden.
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