Salvia Madrensis, “Red Neck Girl”


1 gallon

  • Perennial.
  • USDA Zones 7-11.
  • From west-central Mexico.
  • Strong grower, building up to 58 feet tall and wide.
  • Spreads by rhizomes to make a broad thicket (but stems are easily pulled out).
  • Square stems are very thick to 2 inches on a side at base.
  • Bright green, rough-textured leaves with an elongated heart shape reach 6 inches long at bottom of plant, become smaller toward top.
  • Butter-yellow, 1 inches flowers on 1- to 2 feet stems; good for cutting.
  • Blooms from fall until frost (through spring in the Tropical South).
  • Top growth damaged by frost.
  • Plant in light shade or afternoon shade in moist, well-drained soil.
  • Propagate by division or cuttings.
  • Cold-hardy selection ‘Dunham’, from the garden of Rachel Dunham in Cary, North Carolina, has survived 9F.
  • Red Neck Girl has deep reddish purple stems.

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