purple sage Lamiaceae Salvia leucophylla

Leaf:Opposite, simple, evergreen, ovate to deltoid in shape, to 3 inches in length; woolly-tomentose and gray-green or blue-green above and below; aromatic.
Flower:Species is monoecious; light purple-pink, in whorls borne on an 8 inch spike; individual flowers to 1/2 inch with long pistils and stamens extending beyond the pea-like coralla; very aromatic.
Fruit:Small shiny nutlets borne in husks.
Twig:Red-brown to gray-brown and woolly-tomentose.
Bark:Gray-brown.
Form:A rounded straggling shrub to six feet tall with arching branches that root where they touch the ground.

leaf flower fruit twig form map

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