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|Culture & Science - Ecology and Environment|
|Friday, 17 August 2012 09:15|
Sage we put on our plates is a shrub that can reach 60 inches tall, and belongs to the Labiatae. It has numerous varieties of Salvia argentea, apiana Salvia, Salvia involucrata, Salvia sclarea, Salvia or Salvia lanceolata forskohlei.
One of the care to be applied to best grow sage, is that we plant facing east or south, and that he incorporates his sandy soil substrate. Furthermore, supplying water should be twice weekly.
If we plant salvia with the idea of using the leaves to eat, should not allow the plant to flourish, ie that has no vegetative effort. However, if you make Salvia decorate the garden, we will have no problem leaving flourish.
Similarly, if we are to collect the plant face to use in cooking foods is recommended to wait two years for the leaves are aromatic. When the leaves are ready for collection, we have to be patient and wait a while long to dry, and it takes longer than other herbs.
Finally, if we play the sage should be noted that one of the best methods of propagation is by seed, which are planted in late spring.