Salvia pratensis


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Noun1.Salvia pratensis - tall perennial Old World salvia with violet-blue flowersSalvia pratensis - tall perennial Old World salvia with violet-blue flowers; found in open grasslands
salvia, sage - any of various plants of the genus Salvia; a cosmopolitan herb
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Population structure of Salvia pratensis in relation to vegetation and management of Dutch dry floodplain grasslands.
Cluster 6 includes the Oroiberian calcareous grasslands adscribed to Cirsio microcephali-Onobrychidetum hispanicae characterized by Bromopsis erecta, Thymus pulegioides, Trifolium ochroleucon, Salvia pratensis, etc; while cluster 7 is related to the Brachypodium phoenicoides communities growing in valley bottoms at lower altitudes, which should be framed into the Maestracensean Festuco andresmolinae-Brachypodietum phoenicoidis.
2]), number of branches, width and length of leaves, height of inflorescence (cm), number of floral sets (inflorescences), flowers by each floral set, as well as the parameters of biomass production, fresh and dry matter weight (FMW and DMW, g/plant), yield of dry matter (YDM) in terms of tons/ha, essential oil content (EOC, mL/100 g) and yield of essential oils (YEO) expressed as L/ha, of the following plants Salvia verbenaca, Salvia argentea, Salvia lavandulifolia Vahl, Salvia pratensis, Salvia sclarea, Salvia triloba and Salvia officinalis, cultivated in the south Brazilian region.
Wildflower choices might include poppies, mallow, ranunculus ficaria, salvia pratensis, knautia arvensis and lamium purpureum, while bulbs such as alliums, crocus, snowdrop, grape hyacinth and chionodoxa luciliae will all attract bees.
There is a whole range of halardy perennials that can be used in summer containers and summer plantings - such as Helichrysum, Gazania, Salvia pratensis and Cosmos (the Chocolate Plant).
A case study of Scabiosa columbaria and Salvia pratensis by Bijlsma et al.