Salvia oxyphora


Salvia oxyphora, Bolivian Spearhead



Salvia oxyphora,  Bolivian Spearhead

A fuzzy, scented, large tubular, magenta flowers with dense spikes of 1.5 inches. Blooming from late spring until frost on established plants. A must have for those salvia collectors! Hummingbirds love Salvia oxyphora!

Yearly Foliage: Perennial

Hardiness Zone: 8-10

Light: Half shade or filter shade best

Mature Growth: 3-4 feet high – 3 feet wide

Soil: Average, sandy loam that’s well drainage, enriched with humus help. This also needs a lot of water, it’s a very thirsty plant

Blooms: Late spring to frost on established plants

Wildlife: Nectar-insects, Nectar-butterflies, Nectar-bees, Hummingbirds


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1 Quart, 1 Gallon