Garden Sage Many Americans associate sage with Thanksgiving, but this seasoning is useful in a wide range of dishes, from dressings and sausages to cheeses and meats. Try growing your own with our Certified Organic seed, and enjoy its superb flavor and aroma -- to to mention its attractive appearance -- for many seasons in the garden. Sage is a shrubby plant, forming many side brances of velvety-textured, wrinkled, gray-green leaves about 2 inches long. Spikes of 1/2-inch violet, pink to white flowers appear in summer. The plant matures to 24 to 32 inches high and 36 inches wide. This information comes from Park Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase seed from.
Sage Golden Aptly named for its light green leaves with golden edges. Whorls of lavender-blue flowers spikes appear in late spring. A culinary delight for stuffings and meat dishes. Attractive and useful in herb gardens, mixed borders and containers. This information comes from Monrovia.com
Sage Purple Ornamental herb with attractive dusky purple foliage and showy violet-blue flower spikes. Excellent in mixed containers and borders. Versatile for kitchen use in a multitude of recipes. Easy-care plant. Drought tolerant once established. This information comes from Monrovia.com.
Sage Tri Color Ornamental herb with colorful grayish green leaves marbled with white, pink and purple. Lavender blue flower spikes appear in summer. Strongly aromatic foliage may be used fresh or dried in cooking. Attractive to bees and butterflies. Ideal for herb gardens, mixed borders and containers. This information comes from Monrovia.com.