Salvia subincisa

Sawtooth Sage
Salvia subincisa

Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)
AKA: Sharptooth Sage
Picture taken on: September 23, 2011
Location: White Rock, NM
Life Zones: Foothills
Habitat: Sandy, dry areas

Grows to 18" as a bush. Flowers are purple with a distinctive white marking on the large lower lip. The flowers are followed by a green to purple calyx that contains the fruit, shown at the top of the photo.

Blue/Purple Long Clusters