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Clary Sage
Lamiaceae
Salvia sclarea


CarolMack
CarolMack

Lamiaceae Family

Salvia Genus

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just showed up in my garden




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Tall large leaves all Green bud shown above..




Tall large leaves all Green bud shown above..
Looks like some giant snapdragon!!



Tall large leaves all Green bud shown above..




June 3
Getting taller



Tall large leaves all Green bud shown above..




Buds
Buds have multiple buds on each stalk...



Large Bushy Many leaves




Tall large leaves all Green bud shown above..





this is the bud.. there are many on the plant






  Identifier Research
Clary Sage
gardengeek
June 11, 2012
Lamiceae
Salvia sclarea
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Comment: Clary Sage, Salvia sclarea

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CarolMack
CarolMack
July 05, 2012


you are right... I planted Clary Sage last year... got it free somewhere and then forgot about it... dug it up the other day because it smelled so bad...thanks for all your help......

gardengeek
gardengeek
June 11, 2012
Looks like White Clary Sage

Family: Lamiaceae
CarolMack
CarolMack
June 03, 2012


so it could possibly be a really large snapdragon? Maybe I did plant some seeds...or it was mixed in with some seeds I did plant there...I know I planted hoillyhocks and squash in that area last year...
gardengeek
gardengeek
June 02, 2012
Usually, it means it's in the Lamiaceae family, but if the leaves have no scent, then it might be a similar family found in the Order of Lamiales.
CarolMack
CarolMack
June 02, 2012
OMG.. looks like I did not look at it close enough.. the stems are very square and fuzzy.... does that tell you anything?

CarolMack
CarolMack
June 01, 2012


It resembles the Mullien... the leaves are a little different and the plant is huge and not just one straight up stock.. it has many stocks....guess I will have to wait for it to blossom

CarolMack
CarolMack
June 01, 2012
Mullien Snapdragon Family
Can be used to stop smoking tobacco. Indians have used it for asthma.
The tea helps for sleeping.
The plants first form a dense rosette of leaves at ground level, later sending up a tall flowering stem.

Leaves resemble this one and though there was no actual picture of plant it sounds like it...

The leaves are spirally arranged, often densely hairy.

The flowers have five symmetrical petals.

The fruit is a capsule containing numerous
gardengeek
gardengeek
June 01, 2012
Is the stem square shaped? It looks like a member of the Lamiales Order, which contains many exotic members. I would let it at least flower before chopping it down, they might be very pretty.
Lamiales
CarolMack
CarolMack
June 01, 2012


I am leaning towards it being some kind of weed....
CarolMack
CarolMack
June 01, 2012


This is what the buds look like now... stems are fuzzy and leaves are somewhat fuzzy... sort of like hollyhock or foxglove leaves...
CarolMack
CarolMack
June 01, 2012


located in CT... the leaves do not have a specific smell...the buds are separating into multiple buds... will take another picture and post...

gardengeek
gardengeek
May 31, 2012
The buds should soon give rise to flowers of some sort. Where are you located? If you rub the leaves is there a smell?
CarolMack
CarolMack
May 31, 2012
Thought it might be some type of Hollyhock...



CarolMack
CarolMack
May 31, 2012


Does not seem to match any.. it is really getting big... it is about 4 feet high and the leaves are 3 inches across and about 5 inches long.. many many leaves and buds. The buds are as big as a pinecone...
gardengeek
gardengeek
May 31, 2012
It looks like a member of the Acanthaceae family

google.com search?q=Acanthaceae
gardengeek
gardengeek
May 30, 2012
The bud looks like Hopps, but the rest doesn't. When that bud grows a little bigger someone will recognize it.
CarolMack
CarolMack
May 30, 2012
Can someone please help me identify this plant?

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