Definition of Salvia pratensis

1. Noun. Tall perennial Old World salvia with violet-blue flowers; found in open grasslands.

Exact synonyms: Meadow Clary
Generic synonyms: Sage, Salvia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salvia Pratensis

Salvatorian
Salvatorians
Salvelinus
Salvelinus alpinus
Salvelinus fontinalis
Salvelinus namaycush
Salvi
Salvia azurea
Salvia clarea
Salvia divinorum
Salvia farinacea
Salvia lancifolia
Salvia leucophylla
Salvia lyrata
Salvia officinalis
Salvia pratensis
Salvia reflexa
Salvia sclarea
Salvia spathacea
Salvia verbenaca
Salvidor Dali
Salvinia
Salvinia auriculata
Salvinia rotundifolia
Salviniaceae
Salvis
Salvos
Salyut
Salzburg
Salzmann's nodular corneal degeneration

Literary usage of Salvia pratensis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"In this gradual succession of more and moie reduced stamens of salvia pratensis, we find some forms (Figs. 125, 126) with a striking resemblance to the ..."

2. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"The hollows are full of a dark moist earth, with a rich admixture of humus, and there we find meadows in which salvia pratensis grows luxuriantly. ..."

3. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1844)
"... Quercus pubescens (the segments of the leaves are narrower and deeper than in Q. sessiliflora). Verbascum pulverulentum and salvia pratensis become now ..."

4. The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Lloyd and Company (1864)
"... Lamium album and salvia pratensis. Appears to be not uncommon in parts of Scotland. M. bidens, on Trifolium medium. M. marrubii, on Marrubium vulgäre. ..."

5. The Elements of Animal Biology by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1919)
"This is very well illustrated by the flowers of the sage salvia pratensis. At the lower side of the opening of the flower there is a sort of platform upon ..."

6. The Elements of Animal Biology by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1919)
"This is very well illustrated by the flowers of the sage salvia pratensis. At the lower side of the opening of the flower there is a sort of platform upon ..."

7. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"In this gradual succession of more and moie reduced stamens of salvia pratensis, we find some forms (Figs. 125, 126) with a striking resemblance to the ..."

8. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"The hollows are full of a dark moist earth, with a rich admixture of humus, and there we find meadows in which salvia pratensis grows luxuriantly. ..."

9. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1844)
"... Quercus pubescens (the segments of the leaves are narrower and deeper than in Q. sessiliflora). Verbascum pulverulentum and salvia pratensis become now ..."

10. The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Lloyd and Company (1864)
"... Lamium album and salvia pratensis. Appears to be not uncommon in parts of Scotland. M. bidens, on Trifolium medium. M. marrubii, on Marrubium vulgäre. ..."

11. The Elements of Animal Biology by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1919)
"This is very well illustrated by the flowers of the sage salvia pratensis. At the lower side of the opening of the flower there is a sort of platform upon ..."

12. The Elements of Animal Biology by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1919)
"This is very well illustrated by the flowers of the sage salvia pratensis. At the lower side of the opening of the flower there is a sort of platform upon ..."

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