Meadow sage

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(Bot.) See under Sage.
(Bot.) a blue-flowered species of Salvia (S. pratensis) growing in meadows in Europe.

See also: Meadow, Sage

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Chamomile, Jerusalem artichoke, autumn sage, lamb's-ear and myoga inhibited the root growth less than 40% of control root growth, and artichoke, meadow sage, thyme, wild strawberry and Japanese pepper inhibited less than 60% of control.
Kappel has also planted flowering meadow sage (Salvia chiapensis) and autumn sage (Salvia jamensis 'Sierra San Antonio').
In the Valley, the meadow sage does best in partial sun exposures, putting forth magenta-fuchsia blooms most of the year.