Sage

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Description

Slightly fuzzy, oval leaves up to 5″ long vary in color from gray to gray-green, purple or golden. The camphor-scented, bluish-lavender flowers are borne on spike-like stems. It’s soft-colored foliage and profusion of lovely purple-blue flower spikes blend beautifully into any herb garden.

Assortment (P):
Zone 5
Mixed flats of Berggarten, Golden and Tri-color.

Berggarten (P):
Zone 5  Height: 16”  Spread: 24”
An excellent culinary sage with an abundance of large, silvery-green round leaves. Great flavor for stuffing, sauces, and seasoning mixes. Makes a great ornamental choice as well.

Golden (P):
Zone 5 Height: 16”/Spread: 24”
Golden sage produces quantities of striking green and yellow leaves that appear to glow in the dark! Use in meat dishes or as an ornamental in containers.

Pineapple (A):
Height: 48”  Spread: 48”
A great choice for gardeners looking to combine ornamental and edible gardens into one. One of the most attractive sages. Produces dark red blooms in late summer. Use in beverages, as a garnish, potpourris.

Tri-color (P):
Zone 5  Height: 18”  Spread: 20”
Green leaves edged in white with rose streaks. Although it is edible, its main use is as an ornamental in the garden.