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Wood Sage (Lamiacaea) of the British Isles

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(Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758)
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Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia

Wood Sage:

UK Status: Resident.

Flowering Period: From July until September.

Appx Height: Up to 40cm.

Habitat: This is one of dozens of members of the Mint family (mentha). It is found mostly on coastal areas, moors, heaths, woodland edges and rocky habitats. Although a sage, it has little scent and is no use as a culinary herb.

Comment: This is a common wild flower throughout the British Isles, and Ireland.

 

(Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758) (Linnaeus 1758)
Lamiales - Lamiacaea Lamiales - Lamiacaea Lamiales - Lamiacaea Lamiales - Lamiacaea
Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia Wood Sage - Teucrium scordonia

   

 

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