Sage herb is a hardy perennial with attractive, gray-green leaves and summertime blooms of purple, blue, pink or white. Like most Mediterranean herbs, growing sage plants prefer full sunlight, dry conditions and well-drained soil. Once established, you’ll have plenty of culinary sage to spice up your favorite recipes. Read the articles below to learn more about sage plant care.
Many gardeners simply stick to green sage, but an interesting alternative that?s gaining some real traction is tricolor sage. Tricolor sage plants do double duty as a culinary herb and as an ornamental. Learn more about growing tricolor sage in this article.
There are many different types of sage. Some are culinary, some have medicinal properties and some are grown purely for ornamental purposes. All of these sage plants work well for gardens. Find out about sage plant varieties and their uses in this article.
Highly ornamental and relatively speedy, growing tangerine sage couldn?t be easier, as long as you meet the plant?s basic growing conditions. Click this article to find out how to grow tangerine sage plants in the garden.
Golden sage has the same aromatic and flavor properties of traditional sage but boasts lovely variegated leaves that are a contrast from the grayish leaves of common garden sage. Learn more about golden sage in this article.
Sage is commonly used in poultry dishes and stuffing, especially during the winter holidays. Perhaps you've wondered, "Can sage be grown indoors?" The answer is yes. Learn about growing sage indoors here.
Clary sage plant has a history of use as a medicinal, flavoring agent and aromatic. To learn more about the herb and its uses, as well as how to grow clary sage, the information in this article will help.
Leaves of pineapple sage emit the fragrance of pineapple, hence comes the common name of the pineapple sage plant. The easy care of pineapple sage is one more reason to have it in the garden. Click here for more.