Salvia iodantha Fernald

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Salvia iodantha

Salvia iodantha is a herbaceous perennial native to the mountains of central Mexico, growing between 2,600 and 10,500 ft elevation.[1] It was described by Merritt Lyndon Fernald in 1900 and began appearing in horticulture in the 1980s. A very robust plant, Salvia iodantha grows to 10 ft or more in height and 6 ft or more in width. Its stems tend to be scandent, often growing into the branches ... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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