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Salvia austriaca

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Lamiaceae
Scientific name  Salvia austriaca
Rank  Species
Order  Lamiales
Genus  Salvia
Higher classification  Sage
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Similar  Sage, Salvia aethiopis, Lamiaceae, Salvia glutinosa, Salvia dominica

Salvia austriaca, or Austrian sage, is a native of high altitudes across Russia and eastern Europe. The plant has a basal rosette of leaves 1 m across, which give off a fetid odor when brushed. The individual leaves are approx. 30 cm long, with indented midrib and veins. The flower stalk grows 60 cm or more above the foliage, with pale yellow flowers in whorls of six or more that make an inflorescence 20-25 cm long.

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