Salvia jurisicii is a hardy herbaceous perennial native to the high mountains in the southern regions of the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and Albania.
Salvia jurisicii is a small compact plant, about 1 ft tall and wide, with pinnate leaves that have linear segments. The olive-green leaves are much branched, with hairs on the back of the ribs and leaves giving the plant a frothy appearance. The small .5 in flowers are covered in hairs and grow in closely space whorls that are turned upside down. The flower color ranges from white to violet.