- Flower nameSalvia microphylla ”Hot Lips”
- Scientific nameSalvia microphylla "hot lips"
- Aliasチェリーセージ・ホットリップス, Cherry sage, hot lips sage, ホットリップス, チェリーセージ
- Place of originMexico, North America
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersWisdom
What is Salvia microphylla ”Hot Lips”
Salvia microfila 'Hot Lips' (Scientific name: Salvia microphylla cv. Hot Lips) is native to Mexico and is a gardening variety of the evergreen shrub Salvia microphylla. S. microfila is also called Cherry sage because it scents like cherries when rubbing the leaves. 'Hot Lips' is a gardening variety that makes cute flowers of red and white cross rings of S. microphylla bloom. From May to October, we will stretch spikes from the stem and bloom florets. In addition to being used for ornamental use, flowers and stems and leaves are used for decorative ingredients. Unfortunately, there is not much medicinal effect. A flower language is "wisdom". The spelling of sage is based on the same thing as "wise men".
Common name:Salvia microfila "Hot Lips" (Scientific name: Salvia microphylla cv. Hot Lips, also known as Cherry sage 'Hot Lips', Baby sage, Blackcurrant sage, Origin: Mexico, southern part of the United States, plant height: 50 - 120 cm, lifestyle: evergreen shrub, leaf shape: egg shape, leaf order: sapling, leaves margin: saw tooth , Flowering period: May - October, flower color: red and white double ring.