This species we received misnamed as Salvia moorcroftiana. It grows around 2.5 to 3 feet tall with branched stems that produce many, very small, rose colored flowers that nearly do not protrude past the calyx (and often the corolla is shorter than the calyx lobes. Plants will bloom three or four times during the year and they produce seeds very readily. It could be a form of Salvia plebeia but the flowers seem smaller and the foliage is shallowly lobed plus the seeds seem to be too large (2.5mm x 1.5mm). Not very showy flowers but interesting flowering stems that at first seem to promise much but when it does flower is a let down. Could be weedy also since the seeds readily germinate as soon as they are dropped.