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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Cistus salviifoliusRock Rose, Salvia cistus, Sage Leaf Rock RoseCistaceae 10
Salvia apianaWhite Sage, Compact white sageLamiaceae or Labiatae 31
Salvia ballotaeflora Lamiaceae or Labiatae 10
Salvia carduaceaThistle SageLamiaceae or Labiatae 20
Salvia carnosaPurple SageLamiaceae or LabiataeS. dorrii carnosa. (Dougl.)Abrams. S. dorrii incana. (Benth.)Strachan.12
Salvia clevelandiiBlue Sage, Fragrant sage, Chaparral SageLamiaceae or Labiatae 10
Salvia columbariaeChia, Ziegler's sageLamiaceae or Labiatae 32
Salvia elegansPineapple Sage, Pineapple-scented Sage,Lamiaceae or Labiatae 31
Salvia fruticosaGreek Sage, Greek oreganoLamiaceae or LabiataeS. triloba. L.f.23
Salvia glabrescens Lamiaceae or Labiatae 10
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