Sage seeds
  • Sage seeds

Sage seeds

Van Hemert en Co seeds

Salvia officinalia Sage is a perennial herb but is usually grown as an annual. Sage is a half shrub with gray-green leaves. It is an aromatic herb that is widely cultivated for a variety of purposes.

  • Herbal tea: Sage tea
  • Decorative herb with purple-pink flowers
  • 40-60cm high

You can certainly give it a place in the ornamental garden, where the purple-pink flowers will not look out of place. Sage prefers a sunny, sheltered place on a well drained soil. Sage is an ingredient in soups, stews, fish and meat dishes. Sage provides good digestion and helps with skin infections. Sage tea helps against throat infections and coughs.

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Sage seeds - Van Hemert en Co seeds

Salvia officinalia Sage is a perennial herb but is usually grown as an annual. Sage is a half shrub with gray-green leaves. It is an aromatic herb that is widely cultivated for a variety of purposes.

  • Herbal tea: Sage tea
  • Decorative herb with purple-pink flowers
  • 40-60cm high

You can certainly give it a place in the ornamental garden, where the purple-pink flowers will not look out of place. Sage prefers a sunny, sheltered place on a well drained soil. Sage is an ingredient in soups, stews, fish and meat dishes. Sage provides good digestion and helps with skin infections. Sage tea helps against throat infections and coughs.

Sowing time: Sow the Sage seeds from March to April or outdoors in April to June.

Planting distance: 25cm

Height: 40-60cm

Flowering time: July to August

Harvest time: March to October

Storage: Dry the young sage leaves, store in vinegar or oil.

Specifications

Reference
HC-17105
EAN
8713172171059
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

Botanic name
Salvia Officinalis
Category
Perennial
Planting time
March - June
Flowering period
July - August
Height
50cm
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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