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Sage Herb Seeds
Sage is highly regarded as a medicinal herb and has been used for years to cure a long list of ailments from broken bones and wounds to stomach disorders, shortness of breath and loss of memory. Pliny the Elder (23 – 79 AD), a Roman naturalist and philosopher, recommended using sage for intestinal worms, memory problems and snake bites.
Growing Sage from Seeds is easy!
We recommend starting sage seeds in peat pots or quart-size pots rather than plastic nursery trays since sage has a deep taproot. You can direct-sow your sage, but since it needs moisture and sunlight to germinate, it's important to make sure it's watered with a fine mist rather than blasted into the soil with manual gardening irrigation
Soil Preferences: Plant in well-drained, compost-amended soil. When preparing the planting site, make sure to dig down to about 18" and add a bit of sand if the subsoil is compacted.
Sunlight Preferences: The sages don't do well in anything but full sun, so pick a spot where it can soak up the rays.
Watering Requirements: Sage is drought-tolerant, and an excellent xeriscape plant. Water your plants deeply and infrequently to encourage its taproot to grow. Bottom-water your seedlings for this reason, but mist unsprouted seeds until they germinate and take hold.
When to Sow: Sow your sage seeds outdoors as soon as all chance of frost has passed, or indoors 4 to 8 weeks before. Transplant your sage when the plant is about 6" tall.
Planting Depth: Don't plant deeper than 1/8" deep. Sage requires sunlight to germinate.
Plant Spacing: Plant sage seeds, or thin seedlings, 12" to 18" apart.
Germination: Sage seeds germinate in 7 to 21 days at a soil temperature of 20-30 °C.
Omaxe Sage Herb Seed (30 seeds)
- Quantity of Seed: 30 seeds in this packet.
- Seeds germinate in 7 to 21 days at a soil temp of 20-30 °C.
- Sage Seed can grow Indoor as well outdoor.
- Sowing Method: Seedling / Direct Sowing
- Bed Sowing in 6 inch to 1 feet distance