This is an ideal plant for contrasting color in a home garden or landscape. leaves of sage have a sharp, peppery taste and can be used to flavor sausage, soups, dressings, cheese dishes & stuffing. It will also make a delicious tea.
young leaves can be eaten fresh in salads, as well as be cooked in omelets, breads, poultry stuffing and all types of beans, cabbage & garlic. Sage should be planted in spring in a well drained garden soil.
This neat, shrubby plant is a wonderful source of vitamins A & C. '6 - 10' Full Sun Garden Home Family Annuals Herbs Salvia Officinalis Aurea Annuals Herbs Salvia Officinalis Aurea