Cultivated from ancient times, Sage has long been used both medicinally and as a culinary herb. It was favoured by the Chinese as a tea herb, at one time trading with the Dutch in exchange for locally grown black tea. Certain varieties of sage seeds are used in Mexico as food - under the name of Chia.

One of the many types of flowering Salvias.

Sage is astringent and one of it's been known effects is the reduction in sweating after drinking the tea; useful in reducing night sweats.

Garden Sage grows well in warm and dry border positions but will do well in almost any ordinary garden soil; it thrives best in somewhat shaded positions though not directly under trees.

Sage
Herb Sage

Culinary ✓ Tea ✓ Medicinal ✓ Aromatic ✓

Sage - Golden
Herb Sage - Golden

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Sage - Golden Pineapple
Herb Sage - Golden Pineapple
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Culinary ✓ Tea ✓ Medicinal ✓ Aromatic ✓

Sage - Pineapple
Herb Sage - Pineapple

Culinary ✓ Tea ✓ Medicinal ✓ Aromatic ✓

Sage - Red
Herb Sage - Red

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Sage - Tricolour
Herb Sage - Tricolour

Culinary ✓ Tea ✓ Medicinal ✓ Aromatic ✓

Sage - White
Herb Sage - White

Culinary ✓ Tea ✓ Medicinal ✓ Aromatic ✓

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