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Clary Sage Herb - Herbs
... Clary Sage Herb - Herbs The Green Chronicle Web Home Food Gardening Health/Beauty Links Shop Horoscopes Herbs > Clary Sage Herb Information on, uses of and how to grow clary sage: Name Salvia sclarea. Family Labiatae. Growing pattern Hardy biennial. Seeds Buy Clary Sage Seeds (Organic and ...
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Salvia sclarea Clary Sage
... Salvia sclarea Clary Sage Clary Sage is a biennial. It makes lots of wide, dark green low growing leaves the first ... Hardiness: Hardy Biennial Flower Color: White Characteristics: Full Sun, Water Conserving Uses: Culinary, Ornamental, Medicinal Clary Sage $3.95 per 3 inch pot Quantity View All Our Sages Internet Specials Receive Mountain ...
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Salvia
... Cambridge Blue’ is a lighter blue cultivar. Bedding Sage (Salvia splendens): Bedding sage is probably the most commonly grown ornamental salvia ... soil in sun or light shade. Common Sage (Salvia officinalis): Common sage is the same sage that you use to flavor your ... robust plant. It grows well in partial shade. Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea): Clary sage produces a low, silvery, felted rosette of leaves ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Sage
... (such as Pineapple Sage or Clary Sage). As with rosemary, the many purely floral uses of the plant complicate finding good information on purely culinary uses. It apears that "Dalmatian sage" (from Yugoslavia, particularly ... and starting cuttings every couple of years is a good way to keep your sage supply vigorous. Sage is a strong flavoring, and--as with rosemary--the cook not well experienced with ...
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Salvia (Sage)
... Sage, usual species seen and used repens (ree' pens)--Creeping Sage, flowers blue, mauve or white, native of South Africa used in incense and medicinally, low sclarea (sklair' ee-ah)--Clary Sage, biennial, lilac flowers over long period, large wrinkled leaves viridis (vir-i-diss')--Painted Sage, brightly colored purple or pink flower bracts, ...
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WSU Whatcom County Weed of the Month
... ) Spartina (October 2005) (PDF) Hoary Alyssum (September 2005) (PDF) Silver Lace Vine (July 2005) (PDF) Clary Sage (May 2005) (PDF) Portuguese Broom (April 2005) (PDF) Water Caltrop & Water Chestnut (March 2005) (PDF ...
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YOU SAY SAGE AND I SAY SALVIA I SAY SALVIA AND YOU SAY
... the fall. Another very hardy Salvia, S. pratensis, Blue Meadow Clary, also produces its dark green-pebbled leaves close to the ground, ... and equally as lovely. Also, very hardy is S. sclarea or Clary Sage. This plant is classified as a biennial but often lives longer ... biennial is S. argentea. Hardy to only zone 6, Silver Sage or Silver Clary Sage is a striking silvery soft foliage plant worthy of any ...
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Kathie's Garden Herbs
... teas: pineapple sage. There is Mexican bush sage which grows to four or so feet and has lavendar flowers. There is a golden sage, a variegated sage--sometimes known as tri-colored sage, clary sage--which has lilac or pink flowers, and of course, the well known purple sage, which is one of ...
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Willow Pond Farm: Culinary Uses of Sage
... a sawce for peeces of Veale…." Additionally, clary sage leaves could be "taken dry, and dipped ... clary sage for "Omlets" to be eaten with sugar and lemon juice. The 1833 edition of the American Frugal Housewife tells us that "sage ... sage, as well as its other forms such as honeydew melon or peach, tend to lose flavor when dried so must be used fresh when the flavor is amazingly fruit-like. Clary sage ...
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How to Grow Sage
... of Culinary Herbs | How to Grow Herbs | Herb Gardens | Using Herbs in Cooking Cultivation of Sage Site: Sage likes full sun with a light, dry, alkaline, well drained soil. Propagation: Common ... that grows to 2 feet high, depending on variety. Other varieties include broad leaf, clary, and pineapple sage. Harvesting: During the growing season, singular leaves can be picked straight from the plant ...
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