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Salvia sclarea Clary

Salvia sclarea dwarf form Turkey

Salvia sclarea Euphoria

Salvia sclarea organic seed

Salvia sclarea Trakysta high oil var.

Salvia sclarea v turkestanica Piemont

Salvia sclarea v. turkestanica

Salvia sclarea Vatican White

Botanical Synonym results for "Salvia sclarea":

"Salvia sclarea" - Salvia sclarea v. turkestanica

"Salvia sclarea Alba" - Salvia sclarea Vatican White

"Salvia sclarea Alba" - Salvia sclarea v. turkestanica

"Salvia sclarea var. turkestani" - Salvia sclarea Clary

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Salvia sclarea Clary

Salvia sclarea dwarf form Turkey

Salvia sclarea Euphoria

Salvia sclarea organic seed

Salvia sclarea Trakysta high oil var.

Salvia sclarea v turkestanica Piemont

Salvia sclarea v turkestanica white - green bracts

Salvia sclarea v. turkestanica

Salvia sclarea Vatican White

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Herbal Medicinal names frequently refer to the part of the plant used and a version of the Latin name, for example "Belladonnae Radix", are the roots of Atropa belladonna ( the botanical name is sometimes written Atropa bella-donna )

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