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White sage is a stunning aromatic shrub, with soft, silver-white leaves, and clusters of white flowers with lavender streaks that bloom in spring. Young leaves start off green and turn white as they get older. It can be from 3 ft' to 8 ft' in height and spreads to about 6 ft' in width. White sage also known as sacred sage, is deeply rooted in the cultures and lifeways of indigenous communities of Southern California and northern Baja, the only region this sage naturally occurs in the world. It is also an important food source for bees, butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. Larger bees, notably carpenter bees, are the predominant pollinators of white sage. Wild white sage populations are currently under intense threat by development, smudge stick poaching, climate change, drought, and wildfire.

White Sage (Salvia apiana)

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