The Wendy's Wish Sage Plant was discovered in the garden of Wendy Smith, a Salvia hobbyist, in Victoria Australia. The name comes from the fact that Wendy wanted a portion of the royalties to go towards the Make A Wish Foundation in her native country. Known to attract butterflies, the leaves are medium-dark green and lightly serrated, above which rise the deep maroon-colored stems that bear the vivacious flower spikes. The flowers emerge lipstick pink with green calyxes that mature to an astonishing bronzy-red. The effect is quite striking!
"Great Sage plant"
lori on 7/8/2012 9:53:49 PM
Comment: I planted Wendy's Wish Sage in full sun a couple weeks ago, it is growing like a weed. can't wait for it to bloom! Zone 9
"Can't wish for more"
Scott M on 7/5/2012 12:21:24 PM
Comment: Great sage plant. Blooms all summer long and requires little maintenance. One of our favorites.
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