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Salvia curviflora

Salvia curviflora or Sage curviflora is native to Mexico. It belongs to the Lamiaceae family of plants. It is a woody-based perennial. It blooms in the summer. The flowers are a deep magenta and grow on tall spikes. They have a curved lower lip. Salvia curviflora grows up to 4ft or 1.2m.

Grow it in the sun in a sheltered location. Plant it in average, well-drained soil in borders or containers. Salvia curviflora attracts bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. It has aromatic foliage, like other members of the Sage family. Propagate by cuttings.

Salvia Curviflora
Salvia curviflora
Salvia Curviflora
Salvia curviflora

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