Originally we had the wrong plant as oppositiflora so sometimes I have to physically think out what I am talking about. Oppositiflora is a fine sort of plant with narrow leaves on a willowy small bush and a lot of orange flowers. It grows willingly to perhaps one metre and will probably flower year round in warm climates. I may have lost the plant entirely.
Propagation is by cuttings.
Oppositiflora in Betsy Clebsch’s New Book of Salvias is actually S. tubiflora.