Salvia koyamae (Lamiaceae)
A yellow-blooming Salvia? A shade Salvia? Yes & An unusual Salvia species with a preference for shady spaces. Soft mounds of large, spade-shaped leaves produce wands of creamy yellow flowers from late summer into fall. Sprawling plants spread to form a uniquely textured groundcover in part-to-full-shade. Prefers moist and humusy woodland soil; pay special attention to watering in dry summers.
Bloom color: yellow
Bloom period: early-fall - frost
Container size: Qt.