Where does white sage grow?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

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 »

What is white sage used for?

White sage, Salvia apiana, is used as an ingredient in incense and in smudge sticks. Native Americans employed it in cleansing rituals. The drought resistant shrub grows to 3 to 5 feet tall. Its si... Read More »

How to Smudge With White Sage?

Smudging with white sage is a ceremonial practice that is meant to ward off negative energy, whether found in a room, object or person. The practice is better known in the Native American community... Read More »