New addition: radio red salvia or autumn sage

Radio red salvia is pretty. I bought it because it has great red flowers. It likes full or partial shade which means it will do well near my baby fig (do do do do do do).

It is also known as Autumn sage and is drought resistant (which is good in Texas). It is fragrant and it attracts bees and such.

I bought these with two other plants, I’ll put those in another post. Just like all of the other plants I had to buy two of each.

There are a lot of posts that say these plants attract hummingbirds. This is something I can definitely get behind. It is known for pulling pollinators into your garden with their bright red flowers.

I am excited to see the humming birds humming around.

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