Horticultural uses of botanical variations of woodland sage (Salvia nemorosa L.)
On the basis of the facts it may state that the Salvia nemorosa is an „underestimated” plant at present, but it may be a promising plant species for the future. This is especially true in the Central and Eastern Europe, a region exposed to certain climate changes, such as the more extreme weather, the fluctuation of rainfall distribution, the increasing of temperature, the rapid and unfavourable changes of climate in densely populated cities, the heat-island effects, the atmospheric drought, etc. Therefore, the Salvia nemorosa seems to be a very promising plant for the future generations. The searching and collecting program of the wild botanical variants of woodland sage were launched in 2009, as part of two botanical expeditions carried out in Hungary.
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