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Salvia magia blanca

Posted by NicoleNanette 92019 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 17, 05 at 14:53

this is not the wild white sage that grows in the wild. I have used a search engine but to no avail. I am going to plant it but had wanted a picture of it. I have a blue salvia that what marked an annual, but this is it's second year. We even had frost but, well maybe it was mismarked.
nicole in san diego.


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RE: Salvia magia blanca

The blue salvia usually sold as an annual is Salvia farinacea 'Victoria Blue'. I would expect it to overwinter easily in a climate like San Diego. White sage is Salvia apiana, sometimes commonly called Salvia blanca in southern California. I have never heard of Magia salvia, sorry.


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RE: Salvia magia blanca

I googled salvia magia and got that salvia divinorum stuff...


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RE: Salvia magia blanca

I thought it sounded like Baja Blanca, but I believe those flowers are white.
Rose


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