Known as Garden sage, Common sage, and Broadleaf sage, this small fragrant perennial evergreen shrub has woody stems, grayish leaves, blue to purplish flowers and grows to about 2ft both tall and wide.
The Romans are thought to have introduced it to Europe from Egypt as a medicinal herb.
Sage is best used fresh, but can be dried. Long used to season all meats, fowl, stuffings, soups and stews, sausages, sauces and butter with its rich, distinctive flavor.
Perennial in most climates
Approx 50 seeds per pack
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