Salvia officinalis. Perennial. Spreading, 1-2' tall plants produce broad, oval, grey-green leaves that are used fresh or dried for seasoning foods, and as a fragrance. Sage shouldn’t be relegated to merely the inside of a turkey. Sautéed with garlic and white wine, sage adds to an elegant pork entree. Blend sage leaves into cheese or include it with other herbs in butters.
Packets contain approximately 70 seeds. 3,500 seeds/oz.
Supplied as untreated seed.
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