Salvia pratensis L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Meadow Sage

This long-lived perennial species mainly flowers from late May to early July (4). Flowers are pollinated by insects (1), bumblebees are the main visitors (4), and a large amount of seed is produced (1). The seeds, which are released after mid-July, are able to remain dormant in the soil for at least a year (1). Seedlings become established where gaps of bare soil open up in the sward, such as worm... © Wildscreen (licence)

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