Common names of plants from ** B & T World Seeds'** price-lists

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*" Blue Sage"* currently available from

"Azure-blue Sage" | Salvia azurea |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia azurea |

"Blue Sage" | Artemisia cana |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia pachyphylla |

"Blue Sausage Fruit" | Decaisnea fargesii |

"Nettle-leaved Blue Sage Bush" | Pycnostachys urticifolia |

All the ** "Blue Sage"** from our database

including currently available Blue Sage, and Blue Sage for which we do not have a current source.

"African Blue Sage" | Salvia auretia |

"Azure-blue Sage" | Salvia azurea |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia clevelandii |

"Blue Sage" | Eranthemum pulchellum (Daedalacanthus nervosus) |

"Blue Sage" | Artemisia cana |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia chamelaeagnea |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia pachyphylla |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia azurea v grandiflora |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia farinacea |

"Blue Sage" | Salvia azurea |

"Blue Sausage Fruit" | Decaisnea fargesii |

"Dwarf Blue Sage" | Eranthemum wattii |

"Mealy Blue Sage" | Salvia farinacea |

"Nettle-leaved Blue Sage Bush" | Pycnostachys urticifolia |

"Sinaloa Blue Sage" | Salvia sinaloensis |

If you did not find the *"Blue Sage"* you are looking for, here are some ideas:

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Common name search also allows for searches with just bits of the name:

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 ).

Some uses for plants are included in our common names, so fuel will find some plants useful for fuel, and aphro will find some plants reputed to have aphrodisiac properties.

Check google, to see whether ** "Blue Sage"** is the correct common plant name.

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