Warm and cool season herb
Sage grows 1-2 ft tall and includes a few different types of varieties. This Mediterranean native is the traditional culinary and medicinal sage. It is often used with poultry, potatoes and many Italian dishes.
Best Site: In a sunny location in cooler weather or partial shade in warmer weather.
Quantity: Up to 6 plants per box and generally intermixed with other herbs.
Pruning, training: Snip off the Sage leaves as needed.
Time to harvest: 3 weeks and on throughout the growing season.
Harvest: Wait till the plant has been established with some nice growth then snip leaves as needed. Do not cut stem.
Pest control: Regular applications of neem oil recommended.
Harvest To Home Varieties:
Berggarten Sage- More compact, denser growth, rounder leaves, and fewer flowers.
Icterina Sage- Variegated grey-green leaves with golden border.