Origin of sagebrushsage + brush
any of a number of plants (genus Artemisia) of the composite family, common in the dry, alkaline areas of the W U.S.; esp., the big sagebrush (A. tridentata), with small, aromatic leaves and minute flower heads, important as a forage plant
- Any of several aromatic plants of the genus Artemisia of the composite family, especially A. tridentata, a shrub of arid regions of western North America, having silver-green leaves and large clusters of small white flower heads.
- An area dominated by sagebrush.
- It comes in colors such as terra cotta, blue, rawhide, charcoal, sagebrush, timber, lodge red, otter, deep chestnut.
- Scoliosis. Minneapolis, MN: Sagebrush Education Resources, 2003.
- Minneapolis, MN: Sagebrush Education Resources, 2003.
- It is available in a wide range of colors such as grain, deep chestnut, olive, steel blue, stone, copper, sagebrush, charcoal.
- The sagebrush, artemisia, is characteristic of the desert areas.