Heavenly Cloud Sage (Leucophyllum frutescens 'Heavenly Cloud')

DESCRIPTION

The Heavenly Cloud Sage is a colorful shrub that makes a great low barrier or screen, with the added bonus of producing spectacular lavender flowers! Native to the Southwest and northern Mexico, Leucophyllum frutescens ‘Heavenly Cloud’ will actually bloom best if grown naturally, so we love to pick out a spot where it can fill out to its full size and where everyone can enjoy the view!

Plant Heavenly Cloud Sage in full sun and give this moderately fast grower low to moderate watering once established. These Leucophyllum are a great addition to any drought tolerant landscape, where their wonderful green and lavender colors can soften any arid landscape. We love their interesting branch structure and of course the foliage, which when mass planted in your landscape just might transform your landscape into a scene of lavender heavenly clouds! Homeowners and landscapers alike love how easy it is to grow and the little care required!

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  • Also known as the Texas Ranger
  • A hybrid between Leucophyllum laevigatum and Leucophyllum frutescens Green Cloud
  • Produces lavender flowers when the humidity and heat are high
  • Attracts birds
  • Extremely easy to grow with little care required
  • A popular shrub for Southern California, especially the inland and desert areas where it can soften arid landscapes

FEATURES

Fast growing dense evergreen foliage

Drought and cold tolerant

Interesting branch structure

Becoming more & more popular every year