4" Garden Sage
This herb has attractive, gray-green leaves and lovely delicate flowers in the spring. The leaves are used in many different culinary dishes, especially meats or soups and stuffings.
How To Grow
Prefers full sun. It will need to be planted in well-drained soil, as it does not enjoy sitting in wet soil for extended periods of time. Can be grown as a perennial if planted outside, and the heavier and woody stems will need to be pruned back in the spring. If growing indoors, make sure it is placed in a window where it will get at least 5+ hours of sun every day.