- Flower nameSalvia verbenaca
- Scientific nameSalvia verbenaca
- AliasSalvia verbenaca, サルビア・ベルベナカ
- Place of originMediterranean region
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Garden
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Salvia verbenaca
Salvia verbenaca, Wild clary, Wild sage (Scientific name: Salvia verbenaca) is a naturalized perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae native to the Mediterranean region. The name "Minato" in part of its Japanese name comes from the fact that it was found at Shimizu Port in Shizuoka Prefecture. In summer, it produces four to ten small, lip-shaped flowers with an expanded inflorescence. The fruit is produced in June in the shape of an axle.
Minatotamurra (scientific name: Salvia verbenaca, also known as Salvia Verbenaca, Wild clary, Wild sage, Vervain Sage, Taxonomy: Plant kingdom cotyledons, species of true dicotyledonous perennials, origin: Mediterranean region, grass height Leaf shape: 20-80 cm, Leaf shape: oval, Flower diameter: 1 cm, Flower color: blue and pink, Crown shape: lip-shaped.