The Texas Sage is a fairly fast growing plant and may take up to two years to become fully established and bloom reliably. Once established the Texas Sage is extremely drought tolerant, requires very little supplemental water, making it perfect for indoors and outdoors. It blooms after rainstorms but do not try to trick it into blooming by watering heavily, it won't work. After a week or two, the blooms will fall off, but the silver gray-green leaves stay year-round.
This plant can eventually grow to around six feet tall, and the older it gets the more intense it blooms. Bees really like this plant while it is blooming.
Below are some tips and tricks to best care for your Texas Sage!
Light: Full sun for 4-6 hours a day
Water: Drought tolerant; water once a week