- Flower nameSalvia dorisiana
- Scientific nameSalvia dorisiana
- AliasSalvia dorisiana, fruits sage, Peach sage, フルーツセージ, ピーチセージ
- Place of originthe Mediterranean coast
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonSeptember, October
- Language of flowersNatural loose thoughts
What is Salvia dorisiana
Salvia dorisiana or Fruit sage (scientific name: Salvia dorisiana) is a non-cold tolerant evergreen perennial plant and is shrub-like, native to the Mediterranean coast. It is not a medicinal sage (Salvia officnalis, Salvia sclarea,or Salvia lavandulaefolia), but an ornamental sage (salvia). There is a sweet fruit scent on the leaves. In autumn, pink lip petals are blossomed by extending spikes from flower stems.
Common name: safruit sage, scientific name: Salvia dorisiana, also named: Fruit sage, Peach sage, classification name: plant world angiosperm monocotyledonous antaceae Salvia, origin: Mediterranean coast, plant height: 100-150 cm, Leaf color: light green, leaf quality: velvet shape, leaf shape: heart shape, flowering period: September to October, flower color: pink, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, characteristics: aromatic on the leaves.