Cleveland sage. A lovely native shrub to 4’ with an equal spread and a handsome rounded form. Graceful, arching branches sweep the ground and offer flowering spikes to 12” with whorls of fragrant blue flowers appearing in May or June. Ashy green foliage is heavily wrinkled and has a strong resinous fragrance. Best used in full sun with good air circulation. Requires infrequent water once established. Consider replacing every three to five years for a fresher appearance. Hardy to 20F. Commonly found in the coastal scrub and chaparral communities of Southern California and Northern Baja. Deer resistant.