Texas Sage has small, soft, silver to grey foliage with purple to lavender flowers.
This easy-to-grow shrub can go as high as 3 ft to 5 ft in height, depending on the variety, but it can be trimmed to your required height.
Texas Sage grows in well-drained soil in full sun and blooms profusely from spring to summer. Sometimes people mix-up this plant with Silver Dollar, by calling it a Mini Silver Dollar.
It has adapted well to Guyana and the Caribbean where it blooms year-round with a short rest period. Mine is doing fine and bloomed throughout Christmas into the New Year.
It is an outstanding South Florida landscape plant.
Until next week, Happy Gardening.