Salvia Pozo Blue is a hybrid between Salvia clevelandii and Salvia leucophylla and has many of
the best attributes of both. Salvia Pozo Blue is more compact than
Salvia Allen Chickering and grows to 3-4 feet tall in our gardens and 6 feet wide. The Salvia Pozo Blue is quite fragrant
and has gray-green foliage. The purple flowers come on in late Winter and continue into Spring. Salvia
Pozo Blue should be grown in full sun with good drainage. Plants are quite drought tolerant once established.
Salvia coahuilensis is a great nectar source for the Mournful Duskywing
and the California Dogface Butterfly and is a nice addition to
the Butterfly Garden. Salvia Pozo Blue is Winter hardy into the low 20° F.
High resolution photos of Salvia Pozo Blue are part of our garden image collection.