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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
LamiaceaeSalvia azurea var. azureaAzure SageLongleaf pine sandhills, especially in loamy swales and flats, pine flatwoods, hammocks, other sandy or rocky woodlands.S. NC south to Panhandle FL, west to TX.
LamiaceaeSalvia azurea var. grandifloraBlue Sage, Prairie Azure SagePrairies, woodlands over calcareous or mafic rocks.IL, IA, NE, and e. CO south to nw. GA, n. AL, ne. MS, LA, se. TX, and c. TX.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia ballotifloraShrubby Blue Sage, Crespa, MejoranaRocky, sandy or gravelly soils of chaparral and thickets.Sc. TX south through s. TX to c. Mexico.
LamiaceaeSalvia chapmaniiChapman’s SageCalcareous glades, calcareous woodlands.N. FL, sw. GA, s. AL, and ec. MS.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia coccineaScarlet Sage, Blood Sage, Country Belle, Banderilla Colorado, MirtoHammocks, longleaf pine sandhills, disturbed areas.The species is certainly only an introduction in the more northern parts of its distribution in our region. Whether it is native in the more southeastern parts of the region is uncertain and disputed.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia engelmanniiEngelmann's SageLimestone prairies.Nc. TX south to sc. TX.
LamiaceaeSalvia farinaceaMealy-cup SageLimestone prairies and rock outcrops, eastwards in disturbed areas.N. LA, OK, and NM south to s. TX and ne. Mexico (COA, NLE); eastwards adventive in Alachua and Marion counties, FL.
LamiaceaeSalvia greggiiGregg's SageRocky limestone areas.Ec., c. and w. TX, south to c. Mexico.
LamiaceaeSalvia hispanicaSpanish Sage, ChiaDisturbed areas.Native of tropical America. Introduced in Alachua County, FL.
LamiaceaeSalvia lyrataLyreleaf Sage, Cancer-weedHammocks, lawns, roadsides, dry to mesic woodlands and forests, floodplains, calcareous barrens.CT west to MO, south to FL and TX.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia micrantha var. blodgettiiBlodgett’s SagePine rocklands, rockland hammocks, shell mounds, disturbed uplands.Endemic to s. FL (presumed extinct).
LamiaceaeSalvia misellaTropical Sage, River SageHammocks.Peninsular FL (Alachua County south to s. FL); West Indies; Mexico; South America.
LamiaceaeSalvia nemorosaBalkan ClaryDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.
LamiaceaeSalvia occidentalisWest Indian SageDry disturbed areas.C. and s. peninsular FL; West Indies; Mexico, Central America, and South America.
LamiaceaeSalvia officinalisGarden SageCultivated as a garden herb, rarely persistent.Native of Europe.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia pallidaPale SageDisturbed areas.Native of Argentina. Reported for Camden County, NJ (Kartesz 2010)
LamiaceaeSalvia pentstemonoidesBig Red SageStreambanks and seepage over ledges of limestone, mainly Edwards Plateau.Sc. TX.
LamiaceaeSalvia pratensisMeadow Sage, Meadow ClaryFields and disturbed areas.Native of Europe.
LamiaceaeSalvia reflexaLanceleaf Sage, Mintweed, Rocky Mountain SageMarshes, prairies, disturbed areas.ON and BC south to n. AR, c. TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico. The apparent ascription by C of S. reflexa Hornemann to ‘N.C.’ is a typographic error for ‘N.D.’ This species is, however, sometimes adventive as far east as WV. In c. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997).image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia roemerianaCedar SageCedar brakes and limestone outcrops.Mainly Edwards Plateau west to trans-Pecos TX and n. Mexico (CHH, COA, NLE, TAM).
LamiaceaeSalvia rosmarinusRosemaryGardens, commonly cultivated, rarely persistent or established.Native of Mediterranean Europe.
LamiaceaeSalvia sclareaClaryCultivated as a garden herb, rarely persistent or escaping.Native of Europe.
LamiaceaeSalvia serotinaLittle Woman, Small White SageMesic hammocks, coastal strands, disturbed areas.Peninsular FL; West Indies.
LamiaceaeSalvia splendensScarlet Sage
LamiaceaeSalvia texanaTexas SagePrairies and woodlands over limestone.Nc. TX and se. NM south through c. and s. TX to n. Mexico (COA, NLE, SLP, TAM, VER).
LamiaceaeSalvia urticifoliaNettle-leaf SageWoodlands and glades, usually over mafic or calcareous rocks.N. VA (and allegedly MD and s. PA) west to w. KY (and allegedly a single county in IN), south to SC, c. GA, c. AL, and nw. MS. Records from further south (sw. GA, Panhandle FL, s. AL, and ec. MS) represent S. chapmanii.image of plant
LamiaceaeSalvia verbenacaWild ClaryFields and disturbed areas.Native of Europe.
LamiaceaeSalvia verticillataWhorled ClaryDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Introduced as far south as scattered locations in PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993), MD, and WV (Kartesz 1999, 2020).