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White Sage

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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

White Sage

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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AM
06/17/2019
Ashley M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Awesome Customer service

My first order never sprouted but the lady with pinetree replaced my initial order and gave me some tips to get my seeds going! Success on the 2nd round! Thank you!

JL
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.

SA
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.