50 seeds $2.00
Salvia officinalis, commonly known as sage, is a popular herb that is one of the main ingredients in poultry seasoning. Besides its culinary uses, the dried leaves can be placed in linen drawers to repel moths.
Salvia officinalis is a beautiful perennial in the flower garden. The blue-green leaves have a pebbly texture, and the tall wands of lavender flowers appear in early summer. The tubular flowers attract hummingbirds. Salvia officinalis is also known as Broadleaf Sage, Common Sage, Garden Sage, and Kitchen Sage. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Sowing Salvia officinalis Seeds
Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Or sow outdoors after the last frost. Barely cover with soil. Full sun. Spacing 24".
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