Details & Attributes
|Native to Arizona
|Full sun, partial shade
In relative feet, width by height
|2-3' × 2-3'
|Minimum Temperature Range
|Opposite, shaped like a lance head, covered in fine hairs
|4 small seeds inside each capsule.
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|Parry's sage is limited in distribution to southeastern Arizona, but has potential as a plant for central and northern Arizona gardens. Flowers are a delicate lavender, and leaves are opposite and covered in tiny white hairs which give the foliage an overall grey appearance. Individuals are typically mounding or sprawling shrubs with a distinct preference for well draining, sandy/rocky soils.