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.