Used both dried and fresh, sage leaves are a popular poultry and meat seasoning. Sage also makes a soothing tea. While a sage plant is in its prime, it makes an attractive addition to both herb gardens and ornamental borders. The edible purple flowers are sweet and attractive as a garnish. Pruning after flowering will keep the plant from getting too leggy or woody.

Culinary Sage

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