Winsome White Sage

White Sage (Salvia apiana) blooms in the spring with showy flower stalks that are covered with lavender/white flowers.

White sage flower. Photo by Robert L. Allen.

This gorgeous accent plant can grow four-feet wide with six-foot tall flower stalks.

White sage flowering in the wild. Photo by Robert L. Allen.

White sage has an aromatic fragrance that clings to your clothing when you lightly brush past the plant.

White sage flower close-up. Photo by Robert L. Allen.

If you live in Southern California, you need at least one white sage growing in your garden.

White sage in garden foreground. Photo by E. Wallace.

Join OCCNPS at the Fullerton Arboretum this Saturday, December 3, as we give away more than 100 four-inch white sage plants free to Orange County residents from 9 a.m. until noon–one per resident while supplies last.

This is the last white sage giveaway for 2022, so if you live in North County, you won’t want to miss it. The Fullerton Arboretum is holding a plant sale next Saturday as well, with many California native plants available to purchase.

Come join the fun in Fullerton!

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