Leucophyllum Frutescens (Texas Ranger/Texas Rain Sage/Texas Silverleaf)
- Plant Care
Texas sage is a native evergreen shrub of the Scrophulariaceae family. Texas sage (Leucophyllum frutescens) plants are easy-care, compact, drought-resistant and attractive bushes. The foliage of the bushes includes silver-gray oval leaves that are soft to the touch.
Texas sage plants have beautiful foliage consisting of grayish to silver-green leaves, which take on this color due to the presence of fine silvery hairs. Individual leaves are softly textured and grow to around 1 inch (2.5 cm) long. During summer and fall, tubular flowers in hues of pink, blue and purple bloom and provide a dramatic contrast to the plant’s shimmery leaves. Although the flowers may not survive for very long, the plants may bloom several times in a season.
Leucophyllum frutescens grows in full sun. At least six hours of direct sun per day will meet the plants' energy needs.It is a water-conserving plant and only needs occasional watering. The soil must dry out between watering.These plants prefer rich, loamy and well-draining soil.20 – 35 °CApply any organic fertilizer.
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