Salvia leuco. X 'Bee's Bliss'
This shrub grows up to two feet tall and spreads to about eight feet wide. This a great slope cover. The purple blue flowers with a fragrant scent of rose lavender bloom in late spring to early summer. The gray-green foliage turns light gray through season. Prune after blooming. Remove dry flower stalks, and cut back approximately one-quarter of new growth to reshape.
- Plant in full sun, but can tolerate afternoon shade in hot interior climates
- Best in well-drained soil, will grow in sand or clay soil
- Needs little or no water once established
- Nearly deer proof
- Attracts birds
- Hardy up to 25 degrees
-Native to California