The cedar sage (Salvia roemeriana) blooms are a brilliant true red (shown here backlit by afternoon sun) which brighten up any partial shade or light shade area. It is a nativeTexas perennial.
The cedar sage (Salvia roemeriana) has roundish scallop-edged leaves which have small hairs on them. They are crinkley looking, but very soft.
Salvia roemeriana 'Hot Trumpets' grown as an annual
Cedar Sage, Salvia roemeriana is a beautiful plant Endemic to Texas.
Cedar Sage, is evergreen and Winter hardy in zone 8, hummers love it too.
This plant grows well under cedar trees, hence the name.
Early April, starting to bloom.
Has self-sown outside the original planting area.