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Native White Sage Shrub

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Salvia Apiana also called  bee sage or sacred sage. Native people use the dried leaves as incense for ceremonial purposes. It grows rapidly to 3 or 4 feet tall with white flower spikes shooting up sometimes 8’ or more. The leaves are covered with dense hairs giving them a white coloring, sometimes with a blueish tint. Younger leaves tend to be greener and turn whiter as they get older. Each flower spikes bears ~100 white flowers with tiny lavender spots and streaks. From a distance, the white flowers can appear to have a purplish tint. Plant in full sun in well-draining soil. Tolerant of a variety of soil types and requires little water when established. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, bumblebees and other birds and insects.