Salvia clevelandii (A. Gray) Greene
Common name: Cleveland sage.
Flowering time: April-May.
Fruiting time: Summer.
Habitat: Found in chaparral and coastal scrub on dry slopes.
Range: Found in the South Coast and Peninsular Ranges of San Diego County and also found in Baja California.
Ecology: This drought tolerant, aromatic shrub grows best in full sun on sandy or rocky soils. It is attractive to birds, bees and butterflies.
Ethnobotanical information: The leaves of this plant have a very pleasant flavor and aroma and can be used as a sage for cooking.
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