Salvia chamaedryoides (Germander Sage)
Germander Sage, Mexican Blue Sage and Blue Oak Sage
A subshrub that has a small dense mounding and spreads up to two feet tall and four feet wide. It grows slowly and tends to mound towards the middle with branches spreading out along the ground. Small narrow long gray-green leaves and dark blue flowers that appear almost year-round except in cold seasons when the plant drops its leaves.
-Full sun to light shade
-Well draining soil
-Requires little watering once it's established
-Hardy to 10 degrees
-Native to the high Chihuahuan desert in Mexico