sage

Sage

A must-grow plant in herb gardens, culinary sage features wonderfully scented silvery-gray leaves and spikes of lilac flowers in early summer. It’s a key ingredient in many container-garden combinations as well asThanksgiving stuffing and even a few desserts. Note: Like most salvias, culinary sage does best in full sun and well-drained soil. It’s not the best choice for gardeners with wet ground or heavy clay.

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