Japanese Yellow Sage
Item #: 1269
Zones: 4b to 10b
Height: 24" tall
Culture: Part Sun to Light Shade
Pot Size: 3.5" pot (24 fl. oz/0.7 L) ?
Salvia koyamae is a delightful Japanese sage that forms a 2' tall x 3' wide clump in the woodland garden. The slowly enlarging clump is composed of hastate, hairy green leaves that give a bold effect in the garden. While Salvia koyamae will grow in the morning sun, it prefers a shady woodland setting. The clumps are adorned with terminal spikes of soft yellow tubular flowers that just top the foliage from late summer through fall...great in a mass planting! There are never enough fall-flowering, deer-resistant perennials for the woodland shade garden, so Salvia koyamae is especially valuable.
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