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culinary garden sage

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Salvia officinalis Garden Sage
... Culinary Garden Sage. These include S.officinalis icterina; Golden Garden Sage, which has green and gold irregularly variegated leaves; S. officinalis purpurea, Purple Garden Sage ...
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Salvia officinalis cv. Tricolor Garden Sage
... Garden Sage Tricolor Garden Sage is a form of regular culinary Garden Sage and can be used in place of Garden Sage in any recipe. The irregular pattern of variegation in these leaves is stunning in the garden ... purple flower spike Characteristics: Evergreen, Full Sun, Good Drainage Uses: Culinary, Fragrant, Ornamental, Water Conserving Tricolor Garden Sage $3.95 per 3 inch pot Quantity View All Our ...
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... of each culinary herb and its uses. Angelica Fennel Mint Basil Fines Herbes Oregano Bay Leaves Garlic Chives Parsley Borage Horseradish Rosemary Bouquet Garni Hyssop Sage Caraway Lavender ... Verbena Stevia Cilantro Lovage Tarragon Dill Marjoram Thyme Click here for 6 free herb garden plan layouts. Contact Us | Other Information | Privacy Policy |All Rights Reserved - Culinary Herb Guide - ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Sage
... best culinary sage is none of the special types, but rather any sound specimen of "common or garden" S. officialinis, though at least one source says the race "Albiflora" is the best culinary sage. Another ... : Garden Sage - lots of data on the plant, and links to yet more Sage, 2001 Herb of the Year - a nice general article on sage Herb Database Entry - Sage - a useful description of not only sage ...
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Salvia (Sage)
... habit, uses: herb garden, containers, mid-border background plant, colored foliage types for accent, bee gardens; subshrub with erect to rounded growth habit Culinary--pick leaves before flowering, ... Garden 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 ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Fragrance Garden
... experience such culinary plants as basil, bay laurel, bee balm, chives, chocolate peppermint, clary sage, dill, bronze fennel, garden sage, large-flowered calamint, Mexican hyssop, parsley, peppermint, rosemary, spearmint, sweet marjoram, thyme, and winter savory. More Information View a 360-degree QuickTime VR movie of the Fragrance Garden ...
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Growing Culinary Herbs along Colorado's Front Range
... About FrontRangeLiving.com -> Garden -> Culinary-herbs Culinary herbs: tough and hardy By Niki Hayden If gardening in Colorado is a new and unsettling experience for you, consider the lowly culinary herbs. Itís hard ... hours of sun and slightly damp soil. Allow the soil to dry out before watering. Garden sage (Salvia officinalis) is a perennial in Colorado. It needs five hours of direct sun in ...
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Sage
... of sage is to render man immortal" ó a late medieval treatise "How can a man grow old who has sage in the garden?" ó Chinese proverb Garden sage is one of the oldest and most popular culinary ... humid, Southern climate. Given the proper care, sage will flourish and provide you with a decorative, tasty addition to your perennial border or garden. Sage requires plenty of sun, and a good quality ...
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The Tasteful Garden - Sages Growing
... garden and flavorful also. Another variety of garden sage is called "Berggarten Sage" which is a variety bred not to flower so that more leaves are produced. It is a nice strong flavor for culinary use. Tri-color sage, purple sage, & golden sage ...
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Willow Pond Farm: Culinary Uses of Sage
... garden sage has many uses in the kitchen-none of which involve "braines," fortunately. Salvia officinalis is the sage ... sage leaves is to rub them between your hands-hence, the "rubbed sage" one finds on supermarket shelves. The flowers of any culinary sage ...
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