Salvia hians Royle ex Benth., Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 3: 373 1833. (Syn: Salvia macrophylla Tausch [Illegitimate]);
 
Himalayan Blue Sage • Nepali: ग्वालपानी Gwalpani;   
One of the most beautiful species of alpine Himalayas with glandularviscid stems, broadly ovate leaves up to 20 cm long, on almost as long petiole, upper gradually smaller, crenate-serrate; flowers blue to violet with white patches in lower lip, in 4-6 flowered clusters forming simple or branched raceme.
 


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Salvia hians from Bhadarwah J&K:  

Kindly confirm ID
Bot. name: Salvia hians
Family: Lamiaceae
Location: Bhadarwah valley J&K
Altitude: 2800 m asl
Date: 16th August 2012


Yes it is S.hians.


Yes … Nice photographs


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Salvia hians : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 4 authors.

Common name: Himalayan Blue Sage
Botanical name: Salvia hians
Family: Lamiaceae
Location:Tung Nath ,UK

Yes, nice photograph …


Nice photograph of a Lamiaceae member.


 

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Salvia hians — en-route Bheradnala – GHNP – PKA71 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).

Seen this herb on Dhel – Bheradnala Trek route at GHNP at an altitude of approx. 3000m.
Bot. name: Salvia hians
Family: Lamiaceae

Date/Time: 29-09-2014 / 10:10AM
* Extremely sorry for the poor quality pics..


Thanks …, I am yet to see this..


3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Salvia hians Royle ex Benth. in Hook., Bot. Misc. 3: 373. 1833.
One of the most beautiful species of alpine Himalayas with glandularviscid stems, broadly ovate leaves up to 20 cm long, on almost as long petiole, upper gradually smaller, crenate-serrate; flowers blue to violet with white patches in lower lip, in 4-6 flowered clusters forming simple or branched raceme.
Photographed from Apharwat mountain Kashmir 


Beautiful pictures Sir, never seen by me.. thanks!


 

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Eastern Himalayan Labiates need id : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
I need id of the following Eastern Himalayan Labiates collected during September, 2014 from different areas of Singalila NP. Darjeeling.

Locality: Kalapokhri-BK Bhanjang Roadside Hilly slope
Date: 19/09/2014
Populations: only 2 pop. seen throughout SNP


Looks like Salvia (Lamiaceae). Closer to S. hians.

Salvia in eFI.


Does not seem to match with any species available so far in efi at Salvia in eFI 


Sorry, I think I made a mistake.
On closer scrutiny, I now agree that these appear to match with images at Salvia hians Royle ex Benth., but only colour appears different (which may be variable).

Yes Salvia hians 


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