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|date of photo Feb 6, 2005
location Wildwood Park (Ventura County, California, US)family Lamiaceaeplant community Open Meadownotes Purple Sage is the largest native Californian sage, and grows both in isolated individuals and groups. Note the long stamens typical of purple sage.camera Sony DSC - S70photo category: Plant - shrub
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San Luis Purple Sage (ITIS )
Purple Sage (photographer)
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