Lavender Rose Texas Sage

By Published On: March 12th, 20200.4 min readCategories: Photos

One of the many Texas sage (Savlia coccinea) varieties I have planted in random spots around the Acre.

I can’t remember the name of this one, but I really like it because it’s a lavender-rose color (instead of the usual red or pink) and has these unusually long, tendrils that grow at the end of the flowers like a big curved horn. Makes it seem more dramatic for some reason.

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Sage Osterfeld
I’m just a guy with nearly an acre of dirt, a nice little mid-century ranch house and a near-perfect climate. But in my mind I’m a landscaper survivalist craftsman chef naturalist with a barbeque the size of a VW and my own cable TV show. I like to write about the stuff I build, grow and see here at Sage's Acre.

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