Sage is a delight to grow for a variety of reasons. It has beautiful edible grey-green foliage and edible purple/blue flowers. Sage is also an excellent contrast for the garden. Sage is used as a seasoning in cooking, particularly in recipes that are high in fat, where it aids in digestion.
Sage is good with carrots, tomatoes, squash, corn and potatoes. It will grow well in a pot.
Flower Type: Perennial Bloom Time: Summer Exposure: Sun
When to Sow Outside: Spring, as early as the soil can be worked. When to Sow Inside: 4 weeks before transplanting outdoors.
Seed Depth: 1/4 " Seed Spacing: 4" Row Spacing: 1' Days to Emerge: 5 to 15 Thinning: When 1" tall thin to 12 to 18 inches apart
Good companion plants for Sage are: Beans, Cabbage, Carrot, Marjoram, Peas, Rosemary, Strawberry, Tomato. Sage is incompatible with Cucumber, Rue.
**Suitable fresh or for drying and freezing**
Country of Origin: USA
Seeds are weighed in excess of amount advertised and carefully packaged in glassine envelopes. Description labels and planting guides are on each packet.
Seeds are sourced from reputable seed merchants or wildcrafted with environmental conciousness. The seeds are germination tested for freshness and reliability or labeled as not tested if I have not tested them to date. Seeds are kept in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool). Plant with confidence!
Can't wait to grow these!
Nov 24, 2014 by Nancy Atsadi-Amos
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