We all know the herb that's used in the stuffing for the Sunday roast. But there are many other plants too that get called Sage. That's the problem with common names.
Our Plant Finder has 110 plants that have the name Sage in one form or another.
So if you'd like to know your true Sage from your Blue sage, your Wood sage from your Meadow sage, your Russian sage from your Jerusalem sage, read our latest guide to plants with common names: What is a Sage?.
Photo: Phlomis russeliana, the Sticky Jerusalem sage - has Sage-like qualities, with opposite-paired grey green leaves, but not a true Sage.