This is an ideal plant for contrasting color in a home garden or landscape. leaves of sage have a sharp, peppery taste and can be used to flavor sausage, soups, dressings, cheese dishes and stuffing. It will also make a delicious tea.
Young leaves can be eaten fresh in salads, as well as be cooked in omelets, breads, poultry stuffing and all types of beans, cabbage and garlic. Sage should be planted in spring in a well drained garden soil. This neat, shrubby plant is a wonderful source of vitamins A and C. '6 - 10' Full Sun Garden Home Family Annuals Herbs Salvia Officinalis Aurea Annuals Herbs Salvia Officinalis Aurea