How To Grow Sage

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Imagine how plain and tasteless our food would be if we didn’t season it with herbs and spices. This is one of the reasons why I always have a herb garden both indoors and outdoors. Would you like to know how to grow sage in your garden?

Sage has many uses such as on sausages, baked apples or even just salad dressings. It can be used either as a fresh or dry herb. In addition it produces these pretty purple flowers, hence you can also use them to add a little color to your flower arrangements.

How To Grow Sage

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • sage seeds
  • seedling tray
  • potting mix
  • flower or herb pot
  • seedling starter mix
  • orgarnic fertilizer

Prepare your seedling trays with the potting mix. Place 3 seeds, one in each corner of the tray compartments about 1/8th of an inch deep. Take more starting mix, and sprinkle that over the tray. Use a spray bottle to spray a little water to wet your tray.

After about 5 to 6 weeks, your sage will be ready for transplant into a bigger pot. Plant one seedling in each pot, making sure to keep the roots going straight down. You can leave them to grow inside or take them outside to your garden. Harvest the leaves as needed, picking off just few leaves from each plant in the first year.

You can get more information on the Gardening Jones blog, here…

How To Grow Sage

You can watch the video below on how to grow sage….


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