Sage Nazareth herb starter plant
About the Sage 'Family': Sage is an evergreen, perennial member of the Lamiaceae family native to the Mediterranean region. It has a long history of medicinal and culinary use as well as some varieties making particularly pretty ornamental herbs as well. During the late spring and summer sage flowers come out which can range in colour based on variety but are mostly pink or purple. The leaves are most often greyish green, slightly rugose textured and covered in small, soft hairs and have a warm, savoury, slightly peppery flavour. Sage is listed as one the 'essential herbs' in Britain along with Parsley, Rosemary and Thyme. A traditional compliment to pork or stuffing, Sage has many culinary uses and goes well with cheeses or flavouring pasta. The leaves can also be used to flavour a warm herbal tea.
About Sage Nazareth: An aromatic, evergreen perennial with a compact, upright growth habit. Its leaves are elongated and a very silvery green in colour with small pale purple flowers in the spring. The attractive silver leaves make this a very nice ornamental Sage with the added benefit of being a good culinary variety as we..
Grows to a height of around 30cm and spreads to between 40-60cm.