Synonym: White Sage | Louisiana Sage A white-woolly, perennial herb growing 1 to 2 feet tall. The leaves are irregularly toothed or lobed. Flowers are small tight greenish clusters blooming August through September, with fruits that are dry, smooth, broadly cylindrical. Adapted to wide variety of soils, dry, sandy and rocky; quickly reestablishes by creeping rhizomes that form clusters and spread. Provides forage to small and large wildlife. Found from the plains to the Pacific coast.