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Texas Sage...needs lots of sunlight. Advantages are it is drought resistant and hardy. The flowers are lovely and the leaves are a powdery light green.

Texas Sage 'Lynn's Legacy'Leucophyllum langmaniae; In Arizona, called "Langman's Sage" This is 5' x 6'

1 : Euphorbia rigida 2 : Ballota acetabulosa 3 : Cerastium candidissimum 4 : Thymus leucotrychus 5 : Phlomis x cytherae 6 : Asphodelus microcarpus 7 : Salvia lavandulifolia subsp. vellerea 8 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense 9 : Leucophyllum frutescens 'Green Cloud' 10 :Centaurea bella

Flowering Shrubs {Garden

Leucophyllum frutescens, the Texas Sage, or Texas Ranger, is sometimes called Barometer Bush because it bursts into purple blossoms whenever the humidity is high enough.

This plant has several name, depending on where you find yourself. In west Texas it's called Purple Sage; also known as: Texas Ranger Plant and in Arizona it is commonly called Purple Texas Sage. This plant needs no attention at all. It blooms when there is moisture in the air, thus announcing rain for us in drought-stricken areas. Grows in full sun.

Known as "Barometer bush", Texas sage, or cenizo, Leucophyllum frutescens is picking up on a slight uptick in Austin's humidity this week. They're in bloom all over Austin. My little dwarf variety is in full bloom for the first time.

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The Calleta Silkmoth (Eupackardia calleta) is a moth of the Saturniidae family. Found in Mexico, Guatemala and the southernmost part of the United States, it’s the only species in the Eupackardia genus. The larvae mainly feed on Fraxinus species, Leucophyllum frutescens, Sapium biloculare and Fouquieria splendens. (Photo by: Igor Siwanowicz)

Texas sage is a tough Native Texas Plant with purple to lavender blooms spring, summer and fall. It can be used as a hedge or in containers as well as mass ...