Salvia Bicolor is a native plant to Mexico with both hairy stems and a hairy flower calyx. The flowers are bright blue with white spots on the lower lip which complements the bronze colored foliage nicely. This Salvia has a spreading growth habit. Can be used for borders, groundcover, as well as for containers.
- Botanical Name : Salvia sinaloensis - Bicolor Sage
- Bloom Color: Blue
- USDA Zone 7 (0 °F) to USDA Zone 10 (30 °F)
- Height: 8 to 12 in
- Needs full sun to part sun