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Texas Sage

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Shop Texas sage at a reasonable cost. It is a perfect flowering hedge plant with bright pink flowers. Texas plant has evergreen shrub with attractive sage green foliage.

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Texas Sage

 

Buy the Texas Sage plant from our Santhi online plants nursery website. The Texas sage plant is a popular flowering hedge & best plant for garden. Leaves are simple, soft, sage green ie, grey-green color & flower blooms in bright pink color all around the year. This plant is a small to medium-sized shrub. You can purchase a variety of hedge plants from our online garden store.

 

Plant Details

Common Name: Texas Sage

Scientific Name : Leucophyllum frutescens

Family: Scrophulariaceae 

 

Benefits

The Leucophyllum frutescens are perfect flowering hedge plants, Border crops & rock garden plants.

Additionally it best plants for garden ( home garden & terrace garden) & ornamental plant.

 

Plant Care Instructions 

Soil: This hedge flowering plant thrives in a wide range of soil with a good drainage structure.

Watering: Water the Leucophyllum frutescens plants only during dry spells as they are water-conserving plants. It does not like over-watering.

Sunlight: As it is hedge plants thrive best at full to partial sunlight.

Fertilizer: No need to fertilize the plants. The application of organic compost is beneficial.

Pruning: The most essential operation in the texas sage plant. Prune the plants in early spring & helps the plants to grow more bushier.

 

About Us

We are proud to say that Santhi online plants is the best online plant nursery website in India. Hence we recommend to buy plants & products from us.

And above all customer satisfaction priority for us. For more details kindly visit our website www.santhionlineplants.com & grow sage green plants as hedges.

 

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