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Sage (Salvia officinalis) is one of the easiest perennial herbs to grow. Also known as culinary sage, this semi-shrubby plant features wooly, gray-green, aromatic, ovate leaves that stretch up to 4 inches long. The leaves are commonly used fresh or dried in cooking and add an earthy and slightly peppery flavor. Spikes of blue-purple flowers appear in the summertime. Sage can be planted in the spring or fall, and it has a moderate growth rate.


Full sun to partial sun.

Pet safe, non-toxic

Flavor Profile: Earthy, slightly peppery, woodsy, lemony, aromatic, warm.

Culinary Use: Meats, stuffings, sauces, soups, teas, flavor enhancer.


Additional features: Edible , Herb, and Perennial

Size: Mature size can reach 3ft tall and wide

Light: Full Sun (6+ hours of direct light)

Hardiness Zone: 4 - 10

Native to the Mediterranean

Soil & Water: Acidic to Neutral soil with a pH of (6-7). Loamy, sandy and well draining soil. Water when top two inches of soil is dry. overly wet or soggy soil can cause root rot

How to grow in pots: Growing sage in a pot is ideal if you don’t have the right soil or light conditions in a garden. You can easily move pots as needed to ensure proper sunlight exposure. A container that’s at least 8 inches deep with a similar width is best. Unglazed clay is a good material, as it will allow excess soil moisture to evaporate through its walls. The container also should have drainage holes.

Grow sage in mild weather of spring of fall

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Hardiness zone for this plant: Zones 4 - 10

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