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Pulmonaria saccharata Argentea Group (Bethlehem lungwort)

Other names: Bethlehem sage, Jerusalem sage

Argentea Group is a clump forming, herbaceous perennial with ovate, silvery leaves and leafy stems toped with red flowers that deepen to purple-violet in spring.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Salvia clevelandii (Jim sage)

Other names: Cleveland sage, Fragrant sage, Mountain sage

S. clevelandii is a dwarf, rounded, evergreen shrub with downy stems, ovate to elliptic or lance-shaped, grey-green leaves and, in summer, terminal whorls or short spikes of white, blue or violet flowers.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Salvia apiana (White sage)

Other names: California white sage, Bee sage, Sacred sage

S. apiana is a tender, bushy, evergreen perennial or subshrub with aromatic, waxy, linear-lance-shaped, silver-grey leaves and upright stems bearing whorls of lavender-flushed, white flowers in late spring or early summer.
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Ultimate spread 1.3m
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Ultimate height 1.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Salvia lycioides (Canyon sage )

S. lycioides is a branching, sprawling, semi-evergreen subshrub with oblong, downy, mid- to grey-green leaves and terminal spikes or racemes of deep blue flowers in spring and autumn. Flowers are produced sporadically in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.5m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Salvia muirii (Wild sage )

Other names: Sky blue African sage, Blue African sage, Wildesalie, African wild sage, Blue eyes

S. muirii is a compact, erect, tender, evergreen perennial or subshrub with ovate, toothed, aromatic, light grey-green leaves and, from summer into autumn, upright racemes of whorled, two-lipped violet-blue flowers with white-marked lower lips.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian sage)

P. atriplicifolia is an upright, deciduous subshrub with grey-white stems bearing ovate, deeply divided, aromatic, grey-green leaves and, in late summer and early autumn, tall panicles of small, tubular, violet-blue flowers.
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Ultimate spread 1m
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Ultimate height 1.2m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Salvia officinalis 'Tricolor' (Sage 'Tricolor')

Other names: Salvia officinalis 'Tricolour'

'Tricolor' is an aromatic semi-evergreen shrub or subshrub with oblong,grey-green leaves edged in cream and purple, and terminal racemes of lilac-blue flowers in summer.
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Ultimate spread 1m
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Ultimate height 1m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Salvia officinalis 'Nazareth' (Sage 'Nazareth')

'Nazareth' is a compact, bushy, evergreen subshrub with oblong, aromatic, grey-green leaves and terminal racemes of pale purple flowers in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.45m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Phlomis cashmeriana (Kashmir sage)

P. cashmeriana is a tall perennial with woolly grey-green leaves and spikes bearing lilac-purple flower whorls in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Salvia nana (Little sage)

S. nana is a borderline hardy, mound-forming, herbaceous perennial with oval, wrinkled, dark grey-green leaves, white-hairy beneath, and upright stems bearing loose whorls of white-marked, violet-blue flowers from summer into autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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