Tender new sage leaves are more flavorful than older leaves on woody stems, so don't be afraid to harvest. Sage leaves are a popular poultry and meat seasoning. They can be used both fresh and dried, even fried. Sage also makes a nice tea. Sage stores well as a dried herb. The flavor is more intense if you dry the whole leaves and crumble them as needed. Besides seasoning, sage leaves and branches are often featured in crafts, like wreaths, where they add color, texture, and scent.
Dimensions: 14cmØ by 30cmH
Light: Direct / Partial Sun
Water: 3 - 4 Days
Fertilizer: Keep me in top form and boost leafy growth by feeding me once every month with nitrate-rich fertilizer (foliage fertilizer)