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Sage Seeds

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Description For Sage Seeds

Sage is an attractive bush- Its grey green leaves and spikes of blue flowers are just as useful in the shrub border as in the herb garden. It has a strong flavor and accompanies many traditional stuffing dishes.

How to grow Sage Herb Seeds

Introduction and Uses:These are evergreen perennial subshrubs with woolly grayish leaves that add an musky, earthy freshness to foods. Spikes of purple/blue flowers appear in mid-summer. Sage is a hardy evergreen perennial with soft, grayish leaves that add a musky, earthy freshness to food. Its flower colors vary from purple, pink, blue, to white. This strongly-scented herb is renowned as a part of a double act alongside onion in the sage and onion stuffing. Its fresh or dried leaves are used to prepare teas. The herb is attractive enough to be grown alongside your favorite ornamental plants.

Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis.

Sowing Sage Seeds:

Sage seeds can be sown throughout the year.
  • Step 1: Sage is grown by direct seed sowing. Seeds can be sown in pot, planter or container filled with good quality, well drained soil mix.
  • Step 2: Take off some top soil (2-3 inches) from the center of pot and make room for seed sowing.
  • Step 3: Sow few seeds of Sage evenly in the pit and cover them back with soil.
  • Step 4: Water the pot regularly, keep the seed sown surface damp.
  • Step 5: Sage seeds should germinate in 2-3 weeks time, depending on season.
  • Step 6: Keep the container in semi shade while the germinated seedlings grow.
  • Step 7: Thinning: Cut off extra, weak seedlings from the base after 2 weeks of germination to maintain proper spacing between plants.
  • Step 8: Once seedlings are growing, keep the Sage container in direct sun.

  • Sage Plant Care:

  • Keep your sage plant in outdoor sunny location for best flavour. Sage doesn't mind growing in semi shade.
  • Sage plant requires regular, moderate watering. Water your herb by shower method using Watering can.
  • Add handful of vermicompost to Thyme plant every month.
  • Prune/pinch the plant every year before monsoon.

  • Pests / Diseases that affect Sage:

  • Always look for the early signs of any insect/fungal/ any other infections. Spray appropriate fungicides or pesticides as soon as any symptoms of such diseases are spotted. Watch out for snails and slugs.
  • Spray Neem oil/Tobacco extract/soap water to keep insects at bay.
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    Storing and Harvesting Sage:

  • After 90-100 days of seed sowing harvesting can be done all year round.
  • Harvest couple of leaves at a time as needed.

  • Sage Varieties:

  • Use Tricolor sage, to add multiple colors like yellow, mauve, and sage green in your garden.

  • Fun facts about Sage:

  • Plant sage in your garden to do well in business.

  • Details

    Category Herb Seeds
    No.of Seeds 100 seeds
    Spacing (Row to Row X Plant to Plant) 150 cm x 100 cm
    Germination Time 6 to 8 days from sowing
    Fertilizer Organic Manure 5 g per Plant ; Organic - Neemcake or Vermicompost 10 g per Plant
    Season of Sowing Throughout the Year
    Yield 18 to 22 Qtl/Ha. (Dried Sage)


    SKU NUHSO036
    Product Weight 10 g
    Product Height 15
    Product Width 10
    Product Depth 1


    Customer Reviews

    Wonderful! Review by Chetan
    I started by growing 5 of these in my garden. They all came up wonderfully. (Posted on 2/5/2019)
    Happy to have Review by Eshwar
    All, now that my plants are larger, (Posted on 10/9/2018)
    Recommend it Review by Vinay
    Good packaging and seeds look fresh! Recommend it.
    (Posted on 6/7/2018)
    Sage is in full glory! Review by Somaya n Karwa
    I sowed 7 seeds in pot & they all are growing beautifully... or I will say grown up beautifully! (Posted on 3/27/2018)
    Great going ugaoo!! Review by saket
    i directly sowed in my raised bed. i had so many sprout i shared with a friend as well. Great going ugaoo!! (Posted on 7/12/2017)

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