Even though this wasn’t the first Saturday of the month, I went to the Cahuenga Branch Library today to plant my adopted salvia spathacea (Hummingbird Sage) from yesterday’s Park[ing] Day festivities in the back entryway of the Library. Having discovered the Office of Community Beautification finally retrieved their tools we borrowed since late April, I brought my own shovel in, replaced the dead Cleveland Sage (R.I.P.) donated by Heather Sabin and planted the new salvia into its new home. So far it looks good. I also looked at pics of the Brandegee’s Sage planted in May and discovered it’s a healthy 2′ in height now (compared to being a tiny inches-high sprout in May). Considering its first two neighbors perished from human foot traffic, it’s nice to know this little guy is doing quite well.