Full sun/Part Shade
Salvia officinalis. A primary culinary herb, is utilized both in its fresh and dried forms. Not only does it add flavor to various dishes but also boasts pretty blue flowers that attract butterflies and beneficial insects, enhancing its value in gardens beyond the kitchen.
15 seeds per packet
Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Press seeds into soil, keep moist until growth is seen. Thin seedlings to 12" apart. Seeds germinate in 10-15 days. Sage seeds have naturally low germination. Plants may not flower in their first year.