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White Sage

Salvia apina

This is a very aromatic sage with white, felt-like foliage. Toss cuttings on the grill to flavor whatever you are cooking or use large stems to add an interesting flavor to shish-kabobs. Native Americans burned the plant in ceremonies and made a tea from the leaves. Seeds were toasted and ground for cereal.     50 seeds

Planting

Perennial, zone 6-10

Germination:  10-14 days

Seed Planting Depth:1/8"-1/4"

Starting Indoors/Outdoors:  Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Provide 70-75 degree soil temperatures.Transplant 12" apart. Sow outdoors in the spring, 1-2" apart, thin to 12" apart. Germination rate is naturally low. 

Light Needs:  Full sun

Soil Needs: Average to sandy and well drained 

Uses:Medicinal, culinary, ornamental, attracts bees and beneficals

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11/05/2018
Joann L.
United States

White Sage

I have not planted the seeds yet. I was going to start them when I started my other seeds in the spring. I have heard the White Sage seed was hard to germinate, and grow unless the conditions were just right. I'm up for the challenge.

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05/07/2018
Sabry A.
United States

Great customer service!

So far happy with what I ordered.

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08/01/2017
Megan

No Problems

I started these seeds easily in a milk jug during the winter, then transferred them outside to live in 5B. 2 years later the sage plant is thriving - it's huge and providing wonderfully large, beautiful leaves.