Photo by JLBG taken at Juniper Level Botanic Gdn, NC
Salvia regla 'Jame'
Jame Orange Mountain Sage
Item #: 1626
Zones: 7b to 10b, possibly colder
Height: 48" tall
Origin: Mexico, United States
This Dr. Rich Dufresne collection of Salvia regla from Jame, Coahuila, Mexico, is a star in southern gardens. The glossy-green, round foliage adorns this upright-growing woody salvia to nearly 4' tall x 5' wide. In early fall (September and October for us), Salvia 'Jame' is adorned with 3" long scarlet-orange, tubular flowers...a hummingbird's version of winning the Powerball lottery. Salvia regla 'Jame' is quite unique in the world of hardy salvias! Further south, Salvia regla could reach 10' tall...gasp!
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Leaf Color: Green
Container Role: Thrillers
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