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Lyreleaf Sage (Salvia lyrata) is a plant with a rosette of leaves at the base and flower stems rising to 1 foot or more. The leaves are deeply 3-lobed, with a few simple leaves higher up on the stem. Large basal leaves are purple-tinged in the winter. Its pale-blue to violet, tubular flowers are arranged in whorls around the stem and produced in the spring and continues sporadically in to summer. This is an easy growing plant with pollinator and butterfly attraction. It is very adaptable to partial shade or sun in average to moist soil.