[Salvia flava v. megalantha] This species is apparently incorrectly offered in the seed trade as Salvia bulleyana. Lamiaceae:
Whorls of Yellow flowers with reddish-brown tinted or blotched lower lips. The hairy (pilose) plants are upright growing from 2 to 4.5 feet tall. This species blooms in late spring - early summer. The normal form of the species has all yellow flowers but this var. has the brownish blotches and larger flowers, which are about 1/2 inch wide and a bit shorter in length Native from China were in the wild it is found growing in forests, along the edges of the woods, hillsides and grasslands, so it should do well in some open shade part of the day.