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Pomifera and S. teddii Turrill), or in Greece and Turkey (S. , S. pomifera L. subsp. ) Hayek) (ii) Three taxa are mainly found in the Balkan Peninsula and are extended either in Asia Minor (S. , S. ), or in Italy (S. ) (iii) Two taxa have a wider distribution in the Mediterranean area (S. , S. fruticosa Miller) (iv) Thirteen taxa have a widespread occurrence in the Old World, whereas several of them have been introduced and naturalized in America and/or Australia (S. , S. candidissima Vahl, S. , S.
Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of the Gordon and Breach Publishing Group. 30 REGINA KAROUSOU, EFFIE HANLIDOU AND STELLA KOKKINI Figure 2 Salvia officinalis. , 1994). S. V. Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of the Gordon and Breach Publishing Group. THE SAGE PLANTS OF GREECE 31 Figure 3 Salvia pomifera subsp. calycina. Bauer, from Sibthorp and Smith, Flora Graeca 1(1), 1806). V. Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of the Gordon and Breach Publishing Group.
1986). DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAGE PLANTS Salvia fruticosa Miller (Greek sage) S. fruticosa is an endemic species of the Eastern Mediterranean basin. , 1986) (Fig. 5). Furthermore, it is found as a naturalized plant in parts of the Western Mediterranean region viz. , 1986). V. Published by license under the Harwood Academic Publishers imprint, part of the Gordon and Breach Publishing Group. THE SAGE PLANTS OF GREECE 29 Figure 1 Salvia fruticosa. Bauer, from Sibthorp and Smith, Flora Graeca 1(1), 1806).
Sage. The Genus Salvia by S. Kintzios