Salvia coahuilensis


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The name of this one looks like a bit of a mouthful, but it is pronounced kwa-wee-len-sis. It is named after the state in which is is found in north east Mexico. It is a tough suckering shrub growing up to 80cm tall. This particular variety is probably a hybrid as the true species has flowers with much more pink in them. This one is sometimes sold as Salvia greggii 'Purple'. Needs a well drained soil and full sun to display its best.

H: 60    W: 60   
Frost tolerance: hardy   
Water use: 1   
Position: sun           
Primary flower colour: purple
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