Is blue sage plant perennial?

Answer Blue sage (Salvia azurea) is a perennial plant that grows wild in most areas of the United States. Blue sage has long, delicate stems and small blue flowers that bloom from early May to late autumn... Read More »

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Is white sage a perennial?

The white sage (Salvia apiana) plant is a perennial. It is an herb that is sometimes burned for use in cleansing ceremonies. This burning process is called smudging. White sage is recommended for U... Read More »

How do I plant Mexican sage?

PreparationPlant Mexican sage (Salvia leucantha) in early spring or early fall. Select a spot in full sunlight where the soil drains thoroughly. Dig a hole only as deep as the plant's root ball and... Read More »

How do you reproduce a sage plant?

You can divide the whole plant up by root division. Just dig it up and split into as many plants as you want. You can also collect the seed and sow in spring or summer.

How do I plant botany sage?

Start Them InsideFill an egg carton with potting soil after poking small drainage holes in the bottom of each section with a pair of scissors. Insert the sage seeds into the soil so they are just c... Read More »