Mealy Blue Sage

Mealy Blue Sage is a native, warm season perennial wildflower that grows 1-3’ in height. It often forms large colonies in the Blackland Prairies and Edwards Plateau regions of Texas, but it also grows well in other regions. The flower spikes are purple to blue with white bases. It is an important summer pollinator plant in dry years when annual wildflowers are sparse. Mealy blue sage grows best on well drained soils. Deer and livestock do not typically browse this species.

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Planting: Rangeland Plantings: Plant in the fall or early spring at a rate of 6-8 lbs. pure live seed per acre at ¼ to ½ inch deep. Landscape Plantings: Plant 1-2 lbs. PLS per 1,000 ft2.

Soil: All soils

Height: 1-3’

Regions: Texas-wide

Additional information


Warm Season

Plant Type


Flower Color

Blue, Purple