Botanical Name: Salvia 'Aromas'
Common Name: Aromas Cleveland Sage  
Plant photo of: Salvia 'Aromas'
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In general, lawns only need to be watered once every three days.

Check your irrigation controller and reduce watering times if necessary.

California Native Plant
  • Anatomy

  • Culture

  • Design

Plant Type



Height Range



Flower Color

Blue, Lavender


Flower Season

Spring, Summer


Leaf Color

Grey Green


Bark Color



Fruit Color



Fruit Season






Very Low


Growth Rate



Soil Type

Sandy, Loam, Rocky


Soil Condition

Average, Well-drained, Dry


Soil pH



Adverse Factors


Design Styles

English Cottage, Mediterranean, Ranch, Seascape, Spanish, Wild Garden, Woodland


Accenting Features

Fragrance, Showy Flowers


Seasonal Interest

Spring, Summer


Location Uses

Background, Shrub Border, Roadside, Walkways, With Rocks


Special Uses

Cut Flowers, Mass Planting, Fire Resistant, Naturalizing


Attracts Wildlife

Birds, Hummingbirds, Butterflies

Information by: Jerry Sortomme
Photographer: GardenSoft
  • Description

  • Notes

The Aromas Cleveland Sage is a selection that stays more compact than the species and grows to about 3'-5' high and wide. It has distinctively fragrant, gray green foliage and whorls of violet blue flowers in spring and summer. It can withstand strong winds and is deer resistant. It prefers full sun and well draining soil.
Planting: 1. Dig a hole 1" less the depth and 2 times the width of the container. 2. Fill hole with water, let soak. 3. Set root ball in hole. 4. Fill hole halfway with native soil and water. 5. Finish back filling hole, build basin and water.