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 When to Prune Sage?

Answer Sage is a woody perennial plant classified as a subshrub. The older it gets the thicker and woodier the stems get. New growth has supple stems, but older growth is stiff. Sage plants should be repl... Read More »
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How to Prune a Sage Bush?

Among sage plants (Salvia species), you find annuals and perennials. Regardless of how long the plant lives, both groups have sages that are mostly fragrant, drought tolerant, and hold their flower... Read More »
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What is the difference between white sage&regular sage?

White sage and common sage are closely related as plants but are different in both appearance and use. Sages can be difficult to grow, no matter what type you are trying to establish. They like alk... Read More »
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How do you dry sage?

Cut small bunches of leaves from your plant, or in very cold climates cut the plant well back, tie the leaves together with string or thread, hang upside-down in0 a cool, dry, dark room. Check ofte... Read More »
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How to Cook With Sage?

Sage, salvia officinalis, is a common cooking herb. Dried sage is the form most modern cooks use, but fresh sage can lend a lemony, lighter note to recipes. While fresh sage is seldom found in the ... Read More »
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