This plant has a mild fragrance
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Mexican Bush Sage Overview
Mexican bush sage is an evergreen subshrub that has narrowly lance-shaped leaves, with white on the downy underside, and small white flowers emerge from purple sepals. They make a stunning display in a sunny, frost-free border, are aromatic and attractive to bees. Can be used as cut flowers.
Common problems with Mexican Bush Sage
Young plants are susceptible to slugs and snails.
How to propagate Mexican Bush Sage
Take soft wood cuttings in spring or early summer and ripe wood cuttings in late summer and autumn. Root with basal heat and rooting hormone.
Division at any time.
Special features of Mexican Bush Sage
Other uses of Mexican Bush Sage
Ornamental, border, cutting bed. Attracts humming birds in suitable geographical locations.
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