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US Native Wildflower, Southeast, Salvia Lyrata

25 seeds


A beneficial wildflower native to the United States from Texas up to Missouri over and up to Connecticut and down to Florida.

Lyre leaf Sage features pretty blue spikes of flowers on really interesting and colorful foliage. The leaves look like a lure, which is where it’s name is derived. The centers of the leaves have purple colorations.

It has a long history of medicinal use that I encourage you to read about. We are limited in what we can divulge on Etsy.

Flower spikes reach 2 feet tall and are very attractive to pollinators.

Perennial zones 5-10A

Requires a brief period of cold to break dormancy. Sow seeds in fall or cold stratify in your refrigerator- fold seeds into a moist paper towel, then ziploc bag and place in refrigerator for 30 days, then sow as normal.

This is for 25 seeds

Lyre Leaf Sage Seeds

SKU: SA1025
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