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Salvia leucophylla Bee's Bliss - Bee's Bliss Sage

Salvia leucophylla Bee's Bliss is a hybrid of a couple of California native sages. Salvia leucophylla Bee's Bliss is noted for spreading lower and more compactly than Salvia leucophylla Point Sal. Salvia leucophylla Bee's Bliss grows to 8 feet or more in width and stays with a foot to 18" in height. Salvia leucophylla Bee's Bliss is a great addition to the hummingbird garden as well as the butterfly garden and it is a great source plant for sage honey. Nectar feeders like the Painted Lady, Sara Orangetip, Northern White Skipper, White Checkered Skipper, the Mournful Duskywing, Umber Skipper Butterfly, Cloudless Sulfur, and the California Dogface Butterfly are regular visitors to Salvia leucophylla during the Summer months.

Salvia Bee's Bliss, Bee's Bliss Sage

High resolution photos of Salvia Bee's Bliss, the Bee's Bliss Sage are part of our garden image collection.

Other Salvia leucophylla varieties include: Salvia Allen Chickering, Salvia leucophylla Amethyst Bluff, Salvia Desperado, Salvia leucophylla Point Sal Spreader, and the related Salvia chionopeplica