Salvia dorisiana goes by several monikers, Fruit sage, Peach sage, Grapefruit sage, Fruit cocktail sage, Fruit Scented Sage, among others. This plant has large soft, fuzzy, light green leaves , good sized magenta-pink blooms and an almost intoxicating scent. This is one of the most strongly delicious scented plants we have ever had the pleasure to grow.Doris grows three to five feet tall, and is heavily branched. The leaves have a fruity scent when brushed, and the blooms appear in winter. Salvia dorisiana was first described in 1950, and has become popular as a greenhouse plant.