The anatomical and palynological features of three species Salvia cryptantha Montbret & Aucher ex Benth., S. candidissima Vahl subsp. occidentalis Hedge and S. forskahlei L. have been carried that show natural distribution in and around Eskisehir. It was found that S. cryptantha and S. candidissima subsp. occidentalis that the broader distribution than S. forskahlei. In the cross-sections of the root, it was observed that the pith was completely covered by parenchyma cells. In cross sections of the stem from epidermis is covered by more eglandular and glandular hair. The presence of large paranchymatic cells was observed in the pith of the species. The species showed similarities in terms of leaf anatomy. Upper and lower surfaces of leaf are covered by more eglandular and glandular hair. Leaves are amphistomatic and bifacial. Plants have an amaryllis, a mesomorph and an anisocytic type stomata. The central vascular cylinder of leaf is composed of the phloem and the xylem bundle. Vascular bundle is collateral. Vascular bundle is covered by a typical parenchymatic bundle. They were determined as stephanocolpatae type and shaving uboblate-subprolate shape, tectate-reticulate-perforate/tectate-reticulate-granulate/tectate-bireticulate ornamentation of Salvia taxa of the pollen morphological studies.