Salvia nemorosa L., Sp. Pl. ed. 2 35 1762. (syn: Salvia aprica Schur; Salvia collina Schur [Illegitimate]; Salvia illuminata Klokov; Salvia jailicola Klokov; Salvia moldavica Klokov; Salvia nemorosa subsp. illuminata Soó; Salvia nemorosa subsp. jailicola Soó; Salvia nemorosa var. latifolia K.Koch; Salvia nemorosa subsp. moldavica Soó; Salvia nemorosa subsp. nemorosa ; Salvia × sylvestris var. nemorosa (L.) Nyman; Sclarea nemorosa (L.) Mill.; Sclarea punctata Moench [Illegitimate]);
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Plant for ID : Atlanta Botanical Garden : Atlanta, Georgia : 26DEC18 : AK-30 : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Seen at the garden in October.
Could be Plectranthus barbatus.
To me looks different from images at Plectranthus barbatus
The reply I recd from the Garden’s Planthotline is Salvia Officianalis Garden Sage
But I am not convinced with all their answers.
I am not very sure but the leaves of one plant were aromatic. Not sure if this one. When you see all plants around that are new, its confusing.
Could be Ocimum Species?
Just a guess.
Certainly a Salvia?
Now the garden’s Planthotline has suggested Salvia nemorosa ”Hypnotic Blue”.
Plant for ID : Atlanta Botanical Garden : Atlanta : 18JUN20 : AK-23 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Seen in the garden during my visit in October, 2018.
A small, cultivated garden plant.
Thanks … Yes, it looks like Lamiaceae to me as well.
Seems Salvia sp
This is probably the same plant that I have posted in another thread.
Plant for ID : Atlanta Botanical Garden : Atlanta, Georgia : 26DEC18 : AK-30
Yes, appears so as per Salvia nemorosa