Sage, Broadleaf

Sage, Broadleaf - Seeds & Bulbs

Sage, Broadleaf
(Salvia officinalis)

You will love sage for a variety of reasons. Like all salvias, it has beautiful purple/blue edible flowers. The grey-green foliage is an excellent contrast for the garden. The flavor is assertive and useful in many dishes - particularly those high in fat, where it aids in digestion. Also good with carots, tomatoes, squash, corn and potatoes. Grows well in containers. One packet plants a 30-foot row.

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

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