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Heatwave Blast Sage - 1 Gallon - Perennials for Spring Color | ToGoGarden
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Heatwave Blast Sage
(1 Gallon)

(Lamiaceae Salvia X Microphylla Blast)

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Light needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Light Needs

Full / Mostly Sun, Morning Sun / Evening Shade, Morning Shade / Evening Sun

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Water Needs

Low

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Average Landscape Size

2' to 3' tall and 2' to 3' wide.

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Level Of Care

Low

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Season of Color

Spring Blooms, Summer Blooms, Fall Blooms, Early Summer Blooms

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Resistant To

Deer Resistant, Drought, Insect, Disease, Heat, Salt Tolerant

Water needs for Heatwave Blast Sage
Landscape Uses

Mass Planting, Foundation, Containers / Planters, Shrub Border, Outdoor Living Areas, Landscape Beds, Small Groups, Median Strips, Perennial Garden

Grows In Zones 6A to 10B
(the highlighted area below)
Grows in Ashburn! (Learn More)

Heatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 6AHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 6BHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 7AHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 7BHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 8AHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 8BHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 9AHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 9BHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 10AHeatwave Blast Sage grows well in zone 10B