If you like colorful blooms that attract butterflies and hummingbirds then you’ll want to take a close look at this drought-tolerant beauty.
Mexican bush sage has lovely grey-green foliage, white stems, and velvety spikes of purple.
It thrives in arid climates and provides glorious color spring through fall.
You may be surprised to find that the actual flowers aren’t actually purple – they are white.
Learn more about this drought-tolerant beauty and why you’ll want to add it to your garden in my latest article for Houzz.com.