|Crispy fresh garden sage melted with brie and prosciutto on a slice of Persimmon, does it get better than this for a holiday appetizer? Quick and easy, but, you need fresh garden sage. We got you covered.|
|During our 18th Fall Extravaganza you can get Garden Sage and over a hundred other plants at 40 percent off. Sale ends September 26. Enter sale here.|
FUN SAGE FACTS
Garden Sage is one of the most beautiful blooming plants in early spring.
Garden Sage flowers provide nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies.
Garden Sage flowers are really tasty and can be added to butters, cream cheese and salads. Visit our pinterest board for more great recipes using sage.
In the language of flowers, Sage means long life, good health and domestic virtue.
Dried Sage keeps its fragrance for a long time which makes it excellent for Potpourri, scented beads, and wreaths.
Sage tea is surprisingly good and may help help to sooth a sore throat.
And sizes, Regular, Dwarf and Window Box. All with the same flavor.
From left to right: Tricolor Garden Sage, Golden Garden Sage
and Dwarf Garden Sage.
These links allow you to view and order both plants
that are on sale and those that are not (just in case you need some of
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