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Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by saltcedar, Mar 28, 2007.
Hope this isn't too easy.
This single plant is just shy of 10Ft wide.
Looks like it might be sage. Yes?
Yes, but which one?
It's Vigor might be a clue.
is that even true sage ? austin tx? muggwart.
S. farinacea... maybe?
Nope, not S. farinacea and yes true Sage.
As mrEric points out True sage doesn't like muggy
weather and clay. That's what makes this plant so special.
Closeup of leaf & flower
This plant almost looks good enough to eat! Could it be a mutant Salvia officinalis?
That's Half Right....What's the other Half?
Note the lobed leaf on some of the petioles.
Gonna give it to J.Onstott.
Salvia officinalis x fruticosa (triloba) 'Newe Ya'ar' developed in Israel.
So far as I know the only culinary cultivar to tolerate Heat,clay & Humidity
in the Southern US.
Good job J.Onstott. I missed the lobes on the foliage.
I did too... I had to have the hint to get it:)