80 days.  A traditional ingredient in breakfast sausage or Thanksgiving stuffing, fresh sage imparts sweetness and great flavor without the harsher flavor of the dried sage typically purchased.  A sage and green onion stuffing is both simple and spectacular.  Sage is a perennial and has beautiful purple flowers that are a nice addition to a decorative planting.


Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.

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Written by Teresa Huffman on 10th Feb 2012

I had read that sage was hard to grow from seed. I order it this year to give it a try, and sowed it a little heavier because of what I had read. I think it was very close to 100% germination. I have been potting it for a week. I now have 21 sage plants that I am giving to everyone I know for mothers day and I still have 4 very nice pots for myself. Excellent looking plants and very good germination. A++ rating.