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Mountain Sage

Salvia regla


3-5 ft, can reach 8, with several branches in the upper half. Leaves are alternate, with scalloped margins and pointed at the end. They are as wide at the base as they are long. Crimson, 2 lipped flowers, about 2 in. long. Fall bloomer generally. These were confused, blooming in April.


Growing at base of rock shelf on wooded slope, in part sun.


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Belton, Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 22, 2012
Submitted on Apr 25, 2012

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