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Salvia officinalis

Salvia officinalis

Salvia officinalis L.
Engl.: common sage, kitchen sage, broadleaf sage, Dalmatian sage, garden sage, meadow sage, red sage, sage.
Deu.: Salbei, Echter Salbei, Gartensalbei.
Suom.: ryytisalvia, rohtosalvia, salvia.
Sven.: kryddsalvia, salvia.
Fran.: sauge.
Ital.: salvia.
Span.: salvia real.

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'Tricolor'. Flowers. Uppsala bot. g., Sweden. Planted. 2003-06-23.

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Berggarten'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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'Tricolor'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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'Icterina'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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'Purpurascens'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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'Icterina'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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'Purpurascens'. Plant. Nunobiki herb garden, Kobe, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-06.

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Plants in winter. Westers garden, Kemiö, Finland. Planted. 2000-01-15.

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Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g. (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 1999-09-06.

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Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g. (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 1999-09-06.

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