Sage is a Shrubby sprawling gray – green perennial herb. It can be used as a border plant in the garden too due to its height of almost 2 feet. It’s a pretty plant that lends colour and texture to your herb garden.
Sage thrives in a Sunny location and requires very well drained Soil. Young plants need a steady moisture supply until they are established. They grow well in almost all climates.
Pot Culture: Sage can grow well in pots but you need a big size one. A 12” pot is good. Sow the seeds and keep in shade till germination and gradually bring out in full Sunlight.
In ground: You can transplant the Seedlings once they are 2-weeks old. They should be planted at a distance of 50-60 cm between plants as well as rows.
Harvesting can begin after 90-100 days. Harvest young, tender leaves for the best flavor before the plant flowers. Sage will grow for several years. If they start to wane i.e. after 4-5 years, start fresh from Cutting or Seeds.