Paper Bag Bush Scutellaria mexicana commonly known by variants on bladder sage or paperbag bush, is a shrub of the mint family Lamiaceae. It distinctive for its calyx lobes that develop into small bag- or bladder-like shells around the fruits. Gorgeous when in bloom, and a pollinating insect and hummingbird favorite! Reaches 2 to 4 feet high and wide, sometimes larger. Needs well drained soil.
4"/1 gallon, small. This is a slow-grower, and needs soil that drains very well. Most often found in decomposed granite, alkaline soils.
USDA HArdiness Zones 9-11