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Did You Know – The Abundant Black Sage

By Interdisciplinary Apprentice Wyler Svoboda The black sage (Salvia mellifera) is a very common plant species at Cabrillo National Monument. The black sage is endemic to the south-western US and Baja California regions and it can be found along the Visitor Center walkways, along the Bayside Trail, and even down towards the tide pools. It can grow up to 3-6 feet and can take up … Continue reading Did You Know – The Abundant Black Sage