English Sage - Organic Seeds (Salvia Officinalis)
The common modern English name sage derives from Middle English "sawge", which was borrowed from Old French "sauge", and like the botanical name, stems from Latin "Salvere" When used without modifiers, the name 'sage' generally refers to Salvia Officinalis ("common sage" or "culinary sage"); however, it is used with modifiers to refer to any member of the genus.
English Sage has a soft blue-green leaves that commonly use to flavour to meats and stuffing.
It can be grown from seeds, best when growing in warm and dry conditions.
Harvest young leaf for adding to salad leaf mixtures, sandwiches, cooking and stir fry.
Height : 30cm - 60cm
Spacing : 15" - 24"
Sun Light : > 6 hours - Full
Water : Average
Harvest : 60 - 75 days
Sowing : Sow seeds 1/4" deep
Germination : 7 -20 Days
Size : Medium
Color : Grey-Green
Use : Sage leaves fresh in salads and cooked in omelets, fritters, soups, yeast breads, marinades, meat pies, and poultry stuffing.
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