Green Cloud Sage (Leucophyllum frutescens 'Green Cloud')
Green Cloud Sage
Leucophyllum frutescens 'Green Cloud'
Plant this Green Cloud Sage shrub and enjoy a cloud of color that can carpet any landscape and add curb appeal! Native to the Southwest and northern Mexico, Leucophyllum frutescens 'Green Cloud' has bright green foliage and blooms showy dark rose or magenta flowers from spring through fall – they can brighten up any type of landscape. These are fast growing, medium to large shrubs so we love to plant them in any site that’s looking to have a quickly established landscape!
Green Cloud Sage is one of those Leucophyllum shrubs that loves to grow in places where the heat is high and where there is plenty of sun, in fact, it thrives in those kind of conditions! If you’re looking for an easy to care for shrub, you’ll love Green Cloud as it’s a carefree plant that has low to moderate watering needs once established. They grow best when given some room to grow, so we love to plant them in any drought tolerant landscape where they look especially good when planted in rock gardens or complementing succulents and cactus plants!
Living in a high heat zone does not mean that your landscape has to sacrifice color. The Green Cloud Sage is a favorite selection for those living in arid and bare landscapes, and it also works well in milder climates too! Palm Paradise can help you with all of your landscape beautification needs. We know how much value a revamped landscape can bring, so come visit us and speak with one of our professional landscape designers. We take pride in being unique growers that grow our plants from premium quality specimens, so we can assure their quality!
- Also known as Texas Ranger and Cenizo
- It’s an evergreen shrub that is tolerant to most pests and thrives in extreme heat and humidity
- The ‘Green Cloud’ cultivar has foliage that is much greener than other Leucophyllum frutescens
- Some people like to trim them into beautiful geometric balls and squares
Fast growing medium to large shrubs
Rose-pink flowers spring through fall in cycles