Herb - Sage
The wonderfully aromatic, silvery-green leaves of sage bring a potent savoury accent to stews, soups, salads, and traditional stuffing. Beneficial insects love this plant and hummingbirds will feed from sage flowers. Harvest half of the plant before the purple flowers open in June, and dry the leaves in an airy spot away from direct sunlight. After flowering, cut back by a third to get a burst of fresh new leaves.
- Wonderfully aromatic, silvery-green leaves
- Potent accent to stews and traditional stuffings
- Beneficial insects love this plant
- Cut back get a burst of fresh leaves
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