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Black Sage
Salvia mellifera


Family: Lamiaceae (MINT).
Generic common name: SAGE.

Circle X Ranch: group campground access road shoulder, sage scrub, March 2004.

Characteristics: Native, White, Blue, Small, Medium, Clusters, Odd, Woody, Perennial, Early Spring, Late Spring.
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The center plant was growing in a mixed population of Salvia mellifera (left) and Salvia leucophylla (right.)





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