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African Sage

Definition of the noun African Sage

What does African Sage mean as a name of something?

African sage is the vernacular name of the Salvia aethiopis, a species of Salvia.

  • geographic area: North America

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Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature (1827)

Salvia Africana, or blue- flowered African sage.— Leaves roundish, senate, truncate and toothed at the Dase.

Google previewThe Universal Gardener and Botanist; Or, A General Dictionary of Gardening and Botany, Etc (1778)

by Thomas MAWE (and ABERCROMBIE (John) Horticulturist.), John ABERCROMBIE (Horticulturist.)

Shrubby African Sage.] Rifes with a shrubby branching stem, four or five feet high ; roundish ferrated grey leaves, truncated and indented at the bafe ; and whorled spikes of blue flowers towards the ends of the branches. °SALv1A Aurea.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

English: African sage, woolly sage, woolly salvia, Mediterranean sage S. apiana Jepson English: bee sage, California ...

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardening (1807)

Comprehending All the Modern Improvements in the Art; Whether in the Raising of the Various Esculent Vegetables, Or in the Forcing and Managing of Different Sorts of Fruits and Plants, and that of Laying Out, Ornamenting, and Planting, Gardens and Pleasure Grounds: with Correct Engravings ... from Original Drawings by Sydenham Edwards by R. W. Dickson, Sydenham Edwards

'aurea, Gold-flowered African Sage; 14. S. pomg'fera, Apple-bearing Sage; 15. S.formesa, Shining-leaved Sage. The first is a branchin shrub, about two feet in height: the younger iranches are tomentose and whitish: the leaves are wrinkled, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

Erose, when a sinuated leaf has its marginbroken by smaller sinuses; as the shrubby African sage. 37. Gibbous, bunching out, or gouty; ...

Google previewDictionary of Dates and Universal Reference, Relating to All Ages and Nations (1845)

Comprehending Every Remarkable Occurence, Ancient and Modern ... the Origin and Advance of Human Arts and Inventions, with Copious Details of England, Scotland, and Ireland; the Whole Comprehending a Body of Information, Classical, Political, and Domestic, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time by Joseph Haydn

The blue African sage, Salvia Africana, and the golden African sage, Salvia Aurea, were brought to England from the Cape of Good Hope in 1731. SAGUNTUM, SIEGE OF. The famous and dreadful siege of Saguntum (now Mor- viedro in ...

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates Relating to All Ages and Nations (1883)

For Universal Reference by Joseph Haydn

The blue African sage, Salvia Africana, and the golden African sage, Salvia aurea, ...

Google previewThe Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary (1807)

Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit, and Flower Garden, and Nursery; of the Performing the Practical Parts of Agriculture; of Managing Vineyards, and of Propagating All Sorts of Timber Trees by Philip Miller

Gold-flowered African Sage. . - . Linflspn.

Google previewThe Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs (2014)

by Jim Gardiner

See Amelanchier species South African sage wood. See Buddleja salviifolia southern bush honeysuckle. See Diervilla sessilifolia Spanish broom. See Spartium ...

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages and Nations (1881)

Containing the History of the World to the Autumn of 1881 by Benjamin Vincent

The blue African sage, Salvia africana, and the golden African sage, Salvia atirea , were brought to England from the Cape of Good Hope in 1731. SAGUNTUM, or ZACYNTHCS, now Mur- viedro, in Valentin, E. Spain, renowned for the dreadful ...

Google previewDictionary of Dates, and universal reference, relating to all ages and nations. ... With copious details of England, Scotland, and Ireland, etc (1861)

by Joseph Haydn

The blue African sage, Salm'a Afrzbmw, and the golden African sage, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dates, Relating to All Ages and Nations (1861)

For Universal Reference; Comprehending Remarkable Occurrences, Ancient and Modern, the Foundation, Laws, and Governments of Countries - Their Progress in Civilisation, Industry, Literature, Arts, and Science - Their Achievements in Arms - and Their Civil, Military, and Religious Institutions, and Particularly of the British Empire by Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent

The blue African sage, Sah-ia Africana, and the golden African sage, Saleia aura, ...

Google previewDictionary of dates, and universal reference (1841)

by Joseph Timothy Haydn

The blue African sage, Salvia Africana, and the golden African sage, Salvia Aurea, were brought to England from the Cape of Good Hope in 1731. SAGUNTUM, Siege of. The famous and dreadful siege of Saguntum (now Mor- viedro in ...

Google previewAmerican Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers (2011)

by Christopher Brickell

South African sage wood. See Buddleja salviifolia. Southern beech. See Nothofagus. Southern bush honeysuckle. See Diervilla sessilifolia. Southern catalpa. See Catalpa bignonioides. Southern Japanese hemlock. See Tsuga S sieboldii.

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