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salvia officinalis

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... Salvia nemorosa - Try 4 weeks at 68-75F, if no germination, 4 weeks at 33-39F, then 68-75F. Surface sow seeds, light helps with germination. Salvia officinalis - Use 4 weeks at 68F . Surface sow seeds, light needed for best results., if no germ., 4 weeks at 39F, then back to 68-73F Salvia ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Sage
... Varieties: Sage Click here for the site directory. Click here to email us. About Sage (Salvia officinalis) Sage is a strongly flavored perennial herb. It is today less used than once it ... are probably between a dozen or so races of just Salvia officinalis, plus many more "quasi-sages" that are close cousins within the Salvia genus (such as Pineapple Sage or Clary Sage). As ...
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Sage Recipes and Cooking Instructions
... some interesting old and new sage recipes. Sage history and facts Sage, botanically-known as Salvia officinalis, is native to the Mediterranean region. In ancient Rome, it was considered to have substantial ...
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Edible Flowers Chart - Home Cooking
... nondescript flavor : Japanese Lonicera japonica Berries are highly poisonous. Do not eat them! Hyssop Hyssopus officinalis Should be avoided by pregnant women and by those with hypertension and epilepsy. Impatiens Impatiens ... man's saffron" without the pungent aroma or strong flavor of the real thing Sage Salvia officinalis Sage should not be eaten in large amounts over a long period of time. Tastes ...
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PSS123 Herbs
... Dill Anethum graveolens Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Mint (Spearmint) Mentha spicata Parsley Petroselinum crispum Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis Sage Salvia officinalis Thyme, Garden Thymus vulgaris Return to beginning of this list. Return to PSS 123 ...
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The Gardening Articles page - Herbs 1
... . You can snip pieces off for the kitchen without spoiling its looks. Sage, Common Sage (Salvia officinalis) Sage is a strongly aromatic, woody perennial plant. Because it is so strongly flavoured, a ... area (3 feet and over), then you can include more. Top of Page Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Rosemary is an aromatic evergreen shrub from the Mediterranean and produces clusters of pale blue ...
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herb stock photography pictures
... Officinalis Bugleweed Lycopus virginica Burdock (1) (2) Arctium minus Buttercup Ranunculus sceleratus Butterfly weed Asclepias tuberosa Calendula Calendula Officinalis California Poppy Eschscholzia califonica Cancer Root, Lyre Leaf Sage Salvia ... Hips, Wild Rosa multiflora Rosemary Rosemary Officinalis Rough Cinquefoil Potentilla norvegica Sage Salvia officinalis Sang Fern, Rattlesnake Fern Botrychium ...
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Salvia Collection
... over 900 known species of salvia found worldwide with half of them originating in the Americas. The most commonly grown salvia is the garden sage, Salvia officinalis, imported from the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Garden sage is a hardy perennial used to flavor poultry, sausage and stews.Clary sage, Salvia sclarea ...
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Salvia Extraction
... , and then absorb it onto a measured quantity of crumbled salvia leaves. Evaporate off the solvent, and it is done. Thorough explanation ... other types of leaf. For instance if deposited back onto salvia leaf that has had the salvinorin A removed, standardization becomes somewhat ... first place. The same holds true for garden sage (S. officinalis) which has no salvinorin A by default. Smoking leaf that ...
ethnobotany.yage.net

Salvia (Sage)
... Salvia (Sage) Salvia (sal-vee' ah) Common name: Garden/Common Sage Family: Lamiaceae, Mint Height x width: 18- ... bracts, unfusion used for sore gums, used in liquors to increase inebriating quality Cultivars: (of officinalis) Cultivars leaves other 'Aurea' green marbled gold 'Berggarten' broad, silvery below silvery stems, hardy 'Broad ...
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