Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Meadow Clary


Meadow Clary, Salvia pratensis, is a common plant in the horticultural community but is also found as a garden escape. In the south of the UK it is considered native in the wild. It grows in the verges around our house but here is a rather magnificent specimen growing in front of the Parliament buildings in Budapest. 
It differs from Wild Clary in having less deeply toothed leaves and long projecting styles.
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