Sage (Salvia Officinalis)
A fragrant herb, traditionally used in stuffings. The grey-green foliage also looks great in your garden or in pots.
Sow seeds thinly in trays or pots of moist compost, be careful not to over water. Store in a warm place at an approx. temperature of 13-16 degrees C (55-60 degrees F).
When the seedlings are strong enough to handle they can be transplanted into bigger pots or trays. Do not overcrowd the plants and keep in a warm, light position. Once all chance of frost has passed the plants can be transplanted direct into your desired location in May. Harden off first.
Sow seeds 1.5cm deep direct in growing bed. Keep the soil moist and be careful not to over-water. When large enough to handle thin to 6" (15cm). Sage prefers a sunny location. Pick the leaves before the plant flowers.
Sow Indoors - Feb-March
Sow Outdoors - April-May
Row Width - 6" / 15cm
Harvest - All year round
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