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Picking Sage Herbs – When Should I Harvest Sage Herbs

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Sage is a versatile herb that is easy to grow in most gardens. It looks nice in beds but you can also harvest leaves to use dried, fresh or frozen. If growing to use in the kitchen, know when to pick sage and how to harvest it for the best results. This article will help with that.

Tricolor Sage Herb – Tips On Growing Tricolor Sage Plants

By Liz Baessler

Many gardeners simply stick to green sage, but an interesting alternative that's gaining some real traction is tricolor sage. Tricolor sage plants do double duty as a culinary herb and as an ornamental. Learn more about growing tricolor sage in this article.

Sage Plants For Gardens: Learn About Different Types Of Sage

By Amy Grant

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.

Tangerine Sage Plant Info: How To Grow Tangerine Sage Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Highly ornamental and relatively speedy, growing tangerine sage couldn't be easier, as long as you meet the plant's basic growing conditions. Click this article to find out how to grow tangerine sage plants in the garden.

Golden Sage Care: How To Grow A Golden Sage Plant

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Golden sage has the same aromatic and flavor properties of traditional sage but boasts lovely variegated leaves that are a contrast from the grayish leaves of common garden sage. Learn more about golden sage in this article.

Care Of Potted Sage Herbs – How To Grow Sage Plant Indoors

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Sage is commonly used in poultry dishes and stuffing, especially during the winter holidays. Perhaps you've wondered, "Can sage be grown indoors?" The answer is yes. Learn about growing sage indoors here.

Growing Clary Sage: Enjoying The Clary Sage Herb In Your Garden

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Clary sage plant has a history of use as a medicinal, flavoring agent and aromatic. To learn more about the herb and its uses, as well as how to grow clary sage, the information in this article will help.

Tips On How To Grow Pineapple Sage

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Leaves of pineapple sage emit the fragrance of pineapple, hence comes the common name of the pineapple sage plant. The easy care of pineapple sage is one more reason to have it in the garden. Click here for more.

Tips On How To Grow Sage

By Heather Rhoades

Wondering how to grow sage? Planting sage is easy, but make sure you choose an edible types for use in the kitchen. Take a look at how to grow sage in gardens in this article.


Using and Cooking

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 such as wreaths, where they add color, texture, and scent.


Gardening tips: plant Russian sage

Then visit a soundscape in a walled garden and irrigate your crops evenly

Russian sage comes into its own in late summer. Photograph: Alamy

Russian sage comes into its own in late summer. Photograph: Alamy

Plant this Russian sage, or Perovskia atriplicifolia, comes into its own as midsummer tips over into late-summer lassitude: its aromatic, silvery foliage and spires of lilac flowers look good with grasses in a sunny border. Height and spread around 1m x 1m – choose cultivar ‘Little Spire’ if you lack room.

Visit this The walled garden at Harewood House near Leeds has been transformed into a musical art installation this summer. More than 30 “audio interventions” by Australian musician Genevieve Lacey have been hidden around the space for visitors to explore. Until 29 September, visit harewood.org.

Water this Irregular watering can trigger all kinds of problems with thirsty crops, especially those in containers, including blossom end rot in tomato, where the end of the fruit turns black. Put trays underneath containers to catch outflow, and mulch the tops to slow down evaporation.

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