Leucophyllum plants are easy-care, compact, drought-resistant and attractive green silver leaves and trumpet-shaped purple flowers. This plant bears many names Texas sage, texas barometer bush, cenizo, purple sage, and Texas Silverleaf. This plant can be used in a wide range of landscape situations.
How To Care
Light: These shrubs require full sun and good drainage
Water: It is a water-conserving plant and only needs occasional watering.
Fertilizer: Do not fertilize once it is established to avoid plant legginess
Temperature: tolerate temperatures down to 10 degrees Fahrenheit, as well as thrive in our summer heat.
Potting: Plants are easy to propagate either through seed or softwood cuttings, It can be grown in a large container with drainage holes
Pruning: no pruning is required. Prune Texas sage in early spring if you want to maintain a shape