This strong scented herb gives an earthy flavor that’s popular to use in poultry and meat dishes. Sage can be used for moderate digestive issues and is filled with vitamins and minerals. Add sage leaves for a gorgeous touch to your charcuterie platter!


Species: Salvia officinalis

Other Species Names: Common Sage, Culinary Sage

Plant Height: 18 in.

Spread: 18 in.

Evergreen: No

Plant Form: Upright

Summer Foliage Color: Green

Minimum Sunlight: Partial Shade

Maximum Sunlight: Full Sun

Culinary Sage features grayish-green, oval-shaped leaves that are strongly aromatic. Grows stocks of blue, purplish flowers, bringing in pollinators such as honeybees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. An adorable addition to growing this lovely herb!

This delicate herb will grow to be about 18 inches tall and wide and can be grown in vegetable garden beds or containers. With its distinct small, fuzzy texture, this will make a great addition to your herb collection!

When Sage is grown in masses, it is best to space individual plants approximately 20 inches apart. Sage grows best in organic, well-drained soil with average moisture levels along with organic fertilizer. It can be planted in the garden or in a container. Sage is a great choice for edible gardens and a staple herb in the culinary world.