Chihuahuan Rain Sage is a valued member of a group of plants known for their cold tolerance, drought resistance and love for hot, sunny climates. During monsoon season, when they are in full bloom, it’s easy to see why Leucophyllums are some of the most popular choices for Southwestern residential and commercial landscapes.
Chihuahuan Rain Sage is less dependent on the humidity of monsoons, and can produce masses of fragrant, bell-shaped, lavender-purple flowers several times a month from early summer through fall! Small, deep green leaves cling tightly to the branches, exposing the plant’s structure and giving it a more open, angular form than its counterparts.
Height: 4 – 5 feet
Width: 5 – 7 feet
Bloom color: Lavender Purple
Flowering season: Summer, Fall
USDA minimum zone: 7
Cold hardiness: 10° F


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