Salvia gesneriiflora ‘Tequila’ – Big mexican scarlet sage
This variety of Salvia gesneriiflora often is called “Tequila” in reference to its scientific name. In 1970, botanists from Southern California’s Huntington Botanical Gardens collected seed from the parent plant on the Volcan de Tequila in the Mexican Province of Jalisco.
One of the showiest Salvias we grow, Tequila also is one of our very best hummingbird plants. It’s popular with butterflies and honeybees as well. Use it as a screen, background planting or border.
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