Native to the western United States, it varies from one to 24 inches depending on available moisture. Salvia colubariae is found in sage scrub and chaparral communities in dry open plains, hillsides, and disturbed sites. Rapid emergence after fires. They are dapted to full sun, arid weather conditions, and coarse soil types. Found on sandy soils at 3,500 ft. or lower, their Seeds were used by Native Americans for beverages and poultice for healing wounds. They are not palatable to livestock and are of no known value to wildlife.Contact Our Experts
1 - 24 in.
PerennialNative or Introduced:
2 - 4 PLS lbs/Acre
42.50 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
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