Texas Ranger – Leucophyllum Frutescens

All pricing and availability are subject to change

1 gallon – $5
5 gallon – $15
15 gallon – $50

Description:  Texas Ranger, also known as Texas Sage, has one of the most amazing display of blooms of all Summer flowering plants. The lavender flowers cover the entire bush for weeks at a time. Many people don’t notice the bush as a standout until the Summer comes. The light grayish green leaves serve as a nice background hedge until the display comes. Drought tolerance, attracting pollinators, and tolerance for alkalinity are other advantages of this marvelous shrub. 

Sunset Zones:  7-24; H1, H2
USDA Zones: 8-11
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Soil pH: Slightly Acidic to Highly Alkaline
Drought Tolerance: Very Drought Tolerant
Growth Rate: Medium
Type: Semi-Evergreen
Height: Up to 8′ tall
Width: Up to 8′ wide
Spacing: 2′ or more 
Flower: Purple
Bloom: Summer
Special Care:
Pruning Advice: Regular shearing or pruning helps to keep the shrub full and encourages flowering. 
Watering Advice: Regular water is best, but this shrub can tolerate almost no additional water once established.


Texas Ranger