Sage Seeds - Herbs
COMMON NAME : Culinary Sage
NO OF SEEDS : 40 Seeds Approx.
PLANT CHARACTER: Dense Stems With Long Leaves
LEAF CHARACTER :Long Green Narrow Leaves And Silver-Tint Due To Short White Hairs
CUTTINGS: Cut The Topmost Portion Of The Stems, Leaving At Least 4 Inches Of Stems
USES: Recommended For Infusions, Seasoning, Stuffing's, Sauces, And Salads
Frequently Asked Questions
Planting And Care
Be sure to water the young plants until it is fully grown so that they do not dry out
Prune the heavy woody stem every spring
- Sunlight : Full sun to partial shade.
- Watering : Moderately
- Soil : Well-drained loamy soil.
- Temperature : 25-30 degree C
- Fertilizer : Apply any organic fertilizer annually.
- Harvest Season : Year-round harvest of leaves.
Sage Special Feature
Sage can be grown as a kitchen herb as well as an ornamental plant
- Fragrant leaves are used in potpourri
- It can also be planted on ornamental bed or pot
- The leaves of sage are used to make medicines
- it is used for digestive problems including loss of appetite, gas, stomach pain, diarrhea, bloating and heartburn
- it is also used to reduce the overproduction of saliva and perspiration, and for memory loss and depression
- Broadleaf sage is used to flavour many meat, eggs, stuffing, vinegar and more