Sage is great for culinary purposes and also as an attractive plant for herb and (blue) flower. Perennial plant.
Sage Growing Guide
Sow (when, temp, soil, location)
- average, well drained & enriched with compost
- sun and shelter
- sow in clumps, direct in final position
- sow seeds just below the surface
- spacing: thin out to strongest seedlings. Spacing: 30cm (1ft)
- germination: 16-20 days
- harvest: as required throughout the year
- when plant become woody or straggly, cut older plants back
- monthly: drench with water soluble organic plant food
beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, marjoram, rosemary, strawberry, tomato
cucumber, onion, rue
- leaves can be dried
- sage improves the taste of cabbages. Also repels the Cabbage White Butterfly.
- best way to grow is from high quality sage cuttings, tho can be grown from seeds.
Plants from seeds may not bloom in their first year. 🙁
- mild frost tolerant
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