Sage is versatile and delicious. Whether tucked into a grilled cheese sandwich or steeped with boiling water to make fresh tea, the unmistakable earthy, floral aroma wraps you like a blanket. You can add it to sausage or pasta dishes - anything with hearty enough ingredients to hold their own against this bold, leafy herb - or even fry whole sage leaves in a little olive oil until crispy for a fancy and scrumptious garnish.
Plant medium to full sun. If you are growing sage indoors, place your pot near a sunny window. Fairly drought-tolerant herb. Wait until the soil is dry to give it a thorough watering.
2 inch plant