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Types of Sage

Salvia Apiana Compacta, Compact White Sage
Salvia Apiana Compacta, Compact White Sage

Salvia apiana compacta with an Anna Hummingbird Salvia apiana compacta, Compact White Sage.with bees. A video of Bees working the flowers of Compact White Sage.

Salvia Brandegei, Brandegees Sage
Salvia Brandegei, Brandegees Sage

Salvia brandegei, Island Black Sage can make a mass of sage flowers. Salvia brandegei, Island Black Sage can make a mass of sage flowers. Salvia brandegei, Brandegees Sage, with a visiting Anthophora pacifica.

Salvia Columbariae, Chia
Salvia Columbariae, Chia

Salvia columbariae is an annual plant that is commonly called chia, chia sage, golden chia, or desert chia, because its seeds are used in the same manner as Salvia hispanica (chia). It grows in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Sonora, and Baja California, and was an important food for Native Americans.

Salvia Dorrii, Desert Sage
Salvia Dorrii, Desert Sage

About Desert Sage (Salvia dorrii) Salvia dorrii (Tobacco sage, Dorr's sage, Mint sage, Purple sage) is a herbaceous perennial in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to mountain areas in the western United States and northwestern Arizona, found mainly in the Great Basin Range habitat and southward to the Mojave Desert, growing in dry, well draining soils.

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White Sage (Salvia Apiana)
White Sage (Salvia Apiana)

Salvia apiana, White sage is a five foot evergreen perennial. The flowers emerge in summer and are white with a little lavender. They pucker-back with the stamens hanging out to the sides.