How to Grow Sage?

Answer Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a hardy perennial that tastes aromatic and slightly bitter. It can be used as a stuffing for poultry, rabbit, pork, and baked fish, and can also be used in sausage or m... Read More »

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How do I grow the herb sage?

PlantingPlant sage seeds indoors in a clay pot filled with well-drained potting mix about 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost. Place the sage in a sunny area and water daily. Sprouts should start to... Read More »

How do I grow Russian sage?

Choose the SpotChoose a sunny location with well-drained soil. Russian sage will be happier in a dryer spot than in heavy clay that holds the water. Give the plant lots of room so it can spread. Yo... Read More »

How do I grow white sage hydroponically?

Set UpPurchase what you need: white sage seedlings, peat moss or vermiculite, and nutrient formula for white sage (available at hydroponics shops). Put the peat moss or vermiculite into the growing... Read More »

Where does white sage grow?

White sage, or Salvia apiana, is an herb in the mint family noted for its white leaves and flowers and its use in Native American ceremonies and for medicinal purposes. It is also known as wild sag... Read More »