The Ultimate Sage Guide: All You Need to Know About Growing, Harvesting, Cooking, and Healing with Aromatic Sage
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Welcome to the wise, wonderful world of growing your own sage! According to Medical News Today, there are more than 900 species of this ancient herb that offer not just an aromatic way to season food, but have antibacterial, medicinal, and even spiritual… READ MORE
You know the refrain “Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme?” Well, those four herbs have more in common than just Scarborough Fair. They’re four of the most popular, easy-to-grow culinary plants. However, sage stands out, because it not only enhances other flavors in cooking, but also has proven healing properties… READ MORE
Sage comes in three main types: culinary, medicinal, and ornamental—though many species can do double duty. Culinary sage offers the best taste for enhancing recipes. Medicinal sage varieties work best for teas and medical applications. Ornamental sage smells lovely and looks beautiful in your garden, on a windowsill, or in bouquets. READ MORE
Getting your sage garden started begins with the choice of how to grow your plants—from seeds or seedlings? Buying seedlings at your local nursery is quicker and easier, but your choices are limited to what they carry, and the cost of seedlings will likely exceed the cost of starting from seeds. READ MORE
When first planning your herb garden, you should consider the type of land you can tend. If you have a large outside plot of land with the right soil and the right conditions for watering and draining, you might have the ideal situation for planting directly in the ground. READ MORE