Sage aids digestion, relieves cramps, reduces diarrhea, dries up phlegm, fights colds, reduces inflammation and swelling, acts as a salve for cuts and burns, and kills bacteria.

Sage-infused tea is an effective herbal remedy to reverse greying of hair, reduce fever, and calm anxiety from brain and nervous disorders. Sage tea can also be used to…

Sage Plants For Gardens: Learn About Different Types Of Sage - There are many different types of sage. Some are culinary, some have medicinal properties and some are grown purely for ornamental purposes. All of these sage plants work well for gardens. Find out about sage plant varieties and their uses in this article.

Sage Plant Varieties – Information On Common Types Of Sage Plants

Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) in the foreground, Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) in the middle, and Bee Balm (Monarda didyma) in the background. A GREAT COMBINATION!

Love echinacea and russian sage together! Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) in the foreground, Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) in the middle, and Bee Balm (Monarda didyma) in the background. A GREAT COMBINATION!

Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens', purple sage. Lilac-blue flowers in early to mid-summer and aromatic red-purple young leaves maturing to grey-green. Purple sage looks stunning planted next to golden oregano in a sunny herb garden. Freshly chopped leaves can be used to make stuffings, herb tea and sage butter. A useful and attractive container plant for a sunny site.

Evergreen, full sun, lilac-blue flowers May to July, aromatic red-purple young leaves maturing to grey-green ( Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens' purple sage).

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Sage advice in herb care: plan your grown-at-home salads in advance with this handy herb chart that shows you when your plants will flourish.

Sage advice in herb care: plan your grown-at-home salads in advance with this handy herb chart that shows you when your plants will flourish.

Salvia superba Merleau Blue (Meadow Sage) Compact, early flowering Salvia on a uniform, well-branched plant. Flowers profusely on intense purplish-blue spikes. Long-lasting display from early summer to fall. Combine with yellow tones of Rudbeckia to provide maximum impact. Good for cut flowers. Deer and rabbit resistant; attracts butterflies, birds and hummingbirds. Learn more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/SAMB.html

Salvia Merleau Blue (Meadow Sage)

These are the easiest flower to grow and move for spreading year to year in my cold Zone Compact, early flowering Salvia Merleau Blue, Full Sun to Mostly Sunny

Our sponsors, Thrive Market, want to send every Natural Living Ideas reader a FREE JAR of Organic Virgin Coconut Oil. Click here to claim your free jar. 2. It Smells Beautiful Plant a truly aromatic garden by adding the distinctive earthy tones of the sage plant to the mix. You’ll find more of the most fragrant herbs and flowers for your garden here. 3. It…   [read more]

4 Reasons To Grow Sage & 20 Brilliant Ways To Use It

Get The Best Articles Delivered To Your Inbox Sage and Onion Stuffing Perhaps one of the most common uses for sage in…

Every serious herb gardener needs a Sage Plant: it is delicious and pretty! Growing Sage herb is not difficult.  Grow a bush in a container or in your garden and enjoy these yummy leaves!

The Sage Plant - How To Grow Sage In Your Culinary Herb Garden

Every serious herb gardener needs a Sage Plant: it is delicious and pretty! Growing Sage herb is not difficult. Grow a bush in a container or in your garden and enjoy these yummy leaves!

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