All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

<strong>Lyre-leaf Sage</strong>
<em>Salvia lyrata</em> /Mint Family
April 22, 2005<br>
This plant is also found in the open on the edges of woods. I found this one blooming in Oak Ridge. It often forms large patches. Look for the larger basal leaves...
Lyre-leaf Sage
Salvia lyrata /Mint Family
April 22, 2005

This plant is also found in the open on the edges of woods. I found this one blooming in Oak Ridge. It often forms large patches. Look for the larger basal leaves that lay flat on the ground. In winter the basal leaves are often a maroon hue. Like other mints, this plant has a square stem; it has no minty smell though.
Perennial
Where seen:Frozen Head SP, Great Smoky Mountains NP, Oak Ridge Greenways, Warrior's Path SP

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