This sage is equally appreciated for its red flowers and the sweet pineapple scent of the foliage. The herb both looks and smells wonderful when cut for a flower arrangement. The red flowers can be used in salads (yes, you can eat them!). Pineapple sage leaves are often used dried or fresh in teas. This is a great plant for the fall garden because it attracts migrating hummingbirds and butterflies. Propagated from cuttings in the Longfellow garden! 

Longfellow Pineapple Sage


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