This is the only species of Salvia occurring in Florida that has red flowers. Found in hammocks and disturbed sites thoughout Florida, where it can bloom all year. It is also found in the southeastern coastal states from Texas to South Carolina, plus Ohio, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the VIrgin Islands.Tweet
Salvia coccinea is a member of the Lamiaceae - Mint family.
Other species of the Salvia genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
Salvia lyrata - LYRELEAF SAGE
Salvia misella - SOUTHERN RIVER SAGE
Salvia occidentalis - WEST INDIAN SAGE
Date record last modified: May 23, 2021