Greek Sage
Salvia fruticosa
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Beverage/Aromatic Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 8b-9)
Most dried sage is, in fact, of this species and not of the true garden sage (S. officinalis) as is commonly believed. Of ancient use; its distinctive trilobate leaves are visible in the wonderful Minoan frescoes at Knossos, dated 1400 B.C. Although somewhat inferior in quality, Greek sage offers the advantage that it is easier to grow indoors.
P5174 Plants $6.95/ea, $18.75/3 plants, $66.60/12 plants
Currency: United States Dollar

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