EPPO Global Database

Salvia officinalis(SALOF)

Overview
Last modification: 1996-10-28

Basic information
  • EPPO code: SALOF
  • Preferred name: Salvia officinalis
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Western Europe and Mediterranean, to central Europe. Introduced into Black Sea and Caucasus regions. Widely cultivated as a culinary herb and ornamental


Common names
Name Language
common sage English
garden sage English
sage English
echter Salbei German
Gartensalbei German
grande sauge French
herbe sacrée French
sauge commune French
sauge officinale French
thé de France French
thé sacré French
celima Spanish
hierba del mudo Spanish
madreselva Spanish
mermasangre Spanish
salima fina Spanish
salvia blanca Spanish
salvia de Moncayo Spanish
salvia fina Spanish
salvia hortense menor Spanish
salvia oficinal Spanish
salvia real Spanish
té indigena Spanish
verdecillo Spanish
salvia domestica Italian
salvia officinale Italian
echte salie Dutch
chá-da-éuropa Portuguese
chá-da-frança Portuguese
chá-da-grécia Portuguese
erva-sacra Portuguese
grande-salva Portuguese
salva Portuguese
salva-brava Portuguese
salva-das-boticas Portuguese
salva-de-catalunha Portuguese
salva-mansa Portuguese
salva-menor Portuguese
salva-rubra Portuguese
salvetta Portuguese
kryddsalvia Swedish
セージ Japanese
ヤクヨウサルビア Japanese
sêji Japanese
yakuyousarubia Japanese
шалфей аптечный Russian
шалфей лекарственный Russian
szałwia lekarska Polish
kerti zsálya Hungarian
orvosi zsálya Hungarian
sherbela mjekësore Albanian
sherbelë Albanian
градинският чай Bulgarian
лечебен конски босилек Bulgarian
салвия Bulgarian
sàlvia Catalan
sàlvia bona Catalan
sàlvia bona per remei Catalan
sàlvia oficinal Catalan
sàlvia per remei Catalan
sàlvia romana Catalan
sā ěr wéi yà Chinese
撒尔维亚 Chinese
mirisava kadulja Croatian
šalvěj lékařská Czech
σάλβια Greek
φασκομηλιά φαρμακευτική Greek
jaleș de grădină Romanian
пелин Serbian
šalvia lekárska Slovak
žajbelj Slovene
шавлія лікарська Ukrainian