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Salvia officinalis (seeds)

Salvia officinalis the S age

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Salvia officinalis is commonly called Sage, Garden Sage, Cooking Sage, and it originates from Mediterranean Countries.

Small perennial shrub, evergreen, grows to a height up to 1 m with woody stems.

The leaves are broadly oblong, light green and have an Intense fragrance.

Sage' flowers are purple . It blooms from May to June.

Salvia officinalis prefers dry to moderate,but well-drained soils and full sun, although sage can tolerate semi-shade.

In wet soils sage will rot.

It is resistant to drought.

 

Salvia officinalis uses :

  • -Cooking
  • Herb
  • Decoction
  • Medicinal
  • Essential Oil
  • bee attractive
  • Gardening

Species ID

Family:
Lamiaceae
Genus:
Salvia
Species:
Salvia officinalis

Plant Characteristics

Circle of Life:
Perrenial
Plant Type:
  • Shrub
Foliage:
Evergreen
Height:
up to 1m
Growth Rate:
Moderate

Requirements

Soil Type:
Moderate, Well Drained
Soil Acidity:
6.5 - 7.5, can tolerate between 6 - 8.3
Light Requirements:
Full Sun
Water Requirements:
Moderate
Toughness:
Withstands in very alkaline soils. It resists dry conditions
Usage:
  • Aromatic
  • Bee plant
  • Beverage
  • Cosmetology
  • Cuisine
  • Essential Oil
  • Herb
  • Medicinal
  • Ornamental
  • Rock-Garden
  • Traditional Medicine