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Phlomis cashmeriana

Kashmir Sage
Scientific NamePhlomis cashmeriana
Common NameKashmir Sage (Kashmir False Sage)
FamilyLamiaceae
HabitEvergreen
Growth FormStately architecture, large, handsome grey-green foliage.
Mature SizeHeight: 30-36″ Width: 18-24″
FlowersLavender-Pink showy spikes, Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer.
Flower clusters.
HardinessZones 5-9
Sun RequirementsFull Sun, Full Shade
Water RequirementsDrought Resistant / Waterwise
Soil RequirementsSandy soil, Clay soil, and Garden Loam
Other InfoNative to the drier areas of the western Himalayas and Kashmir.
Deer resistant, attracts butterflies and birds, bee friendly,
low maintenance, cut flowers, dried flowers, winter interest.
Additional PhotosKashmir Sage