Natives of Texas -- Lyre Leaf Sage

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Lyre Leaf Sage
Labiatae Salvia lyrata

This sage can be used in place of ajuga. It forms a mat about a foot in diameter and has light blue bloom spikes about a foot tall. The foliage is about 5 inches tall. It enjoys part shade or total shade. This sage blooms from February until April depending on the weather. It also self sows readily and produces new plants. Here is the shady ground cover you have been trying to find.



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