Sage - Broad Leaf
A perennial herb that can be harvested in the first year. Plant in permanent spot in herb garden. Can also be grown in planters or pots. Sage is widely used as poultry seasoning, in sausage, soups and stews.
Sage leaves can be cut anytime for fresh use. For winter use, cut entire plant and hang upside down to dry. Then remove leaves and pack in jars.
Planting time - Early spring to mid-summer for harvest in late fall.
Matures in - 72 days
Germinates in - 14-20 days
Sowing Depth - 1/2 inch
Row spacing - 12 inches
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall thin to 10 inches apart.
Net weight 240 MG (Estimated 30 seeds)