Salvia bianca

Botanical name: Salvia apiana

Native to the southeastern United States, Salvia apiana is a strongly aromatic foliage perennial. This spontaneous State along the coast in Southern California, this variety likes well drained and dried.

Inflorescences are white verging on pale Lavender make their appearance between late April and early June. As revealed by the epithet "apiana", the plant in bloom is particularly attractive to bees and the like.

The use of leaves and seeds of s. apiana in culinary and medicinal belongs to the tradition of the indigenous tribes of America.

Data sheet

  • Family
  • Duration
  • Dwelling
    Full Sun
  • Temperature
    Rustica (from -5° to -20° c and above)
  • Watering
  • Land
    Well drained
Product Categories: Tree peonies, The aromatic, Honey bees, Perennials, and Sage.
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