Sage Seeds Broadleaf
Sage is grown mainly for seasoning in rich
meats and sausages. Sage is also excellent cooked with carrots,
tomatoes, squash, corn and potatoes.
Sage has beautiful blue purple flowers
that are edible. Sage leaves should be harvested prior to blooming. The
leaves should be dried in a well-ventilated room on screens away from
direct sunlight and then store in tight jars.
Sow sage seeds outside in spring as
early as the soil can be worked. Sow ¼" deep and 4" apart. Germination
takes 5-15 days. Thin to 12" when plants are 1" tall.
Sage has many uses:
In your house you can use the dried
leaves to discourage insects, burn as an incense to deodorize
cooking and animal smells.
Can be used in mouthwash or rubbed on
teeth to whiten them.
Can be used in rinsed to condition and
darken gray hair.
Sage leaves are used to aid in digestion.
Sage leaves can be added to tea for colds
Packet contains ⅛th teaspoon Sage seed.
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