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Lyreleaf sage is a perennial herb with quadrangular flowering stems extending upright from a basal rosette of leaves. The basal leaves are elongated, elliptic, dark green to slightly purplish, and are often lobed or dissected. The light blue to violet flowers are clustered at the top of the stem. Flowering occurs from April to May or June. The seeds are round, dark brown, and held loosely in a cup-like structure.


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USDA NRCS Jamie L. Whitten Plant Materials Center

Source: USDA NRCS PLANTS Database


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