Sejahtera Seeds and Bulbs
You will get 300mg seeds of Sage Broadleaf for planting.
Sage Broadleaf (Salvia officinalis) is an herbaceous perennial with striking, velvety green leaves and a distinctive, sweet aroma. This versatile herb is a kitchen staple in many cultures, renowned for its culinary and medicinal properties. It's easy to grow from seed and can be used fresh or dried for a variety of dishes.
This hardy plant is native to the Mediterranean region but can be grown in many climates with minimal effort. Here's how to get started:
• Plant Sage Broadleaf seeds 1/8-1/4 inch deep in well-draining soil.
• Keep the soil moist until germination.
• Provide full sun or partial shade for best growth.
• When the plants reach 4-6 inches tall, thin them out to 12-18 inches apart.
• Fertilize once a month during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer to promote healthy growth and abundant foliage.
• Prune regularly to keep the plants tidy and encourage new growth.
• Harvest leaves as needed throughout the growing season, or wait until late summer when the plant is mature and yields more flavorful leaves.
• To dry Sage Broadleaf for later use, hang bunches of leaves upside down in a warm, dark place with good air circulation until crisp.
Sage Broadleaf is an incredibly versatile herb that can be used in teas, salads, soups, sauces, stuffings, marinades, breads, and more! Its pungent flavor pairs particularly well with pork and poultry dishes, as well as vegetables like potatoes and squash. It's also said to have medicinal properties that can help soothe indigestion or reduce inflammation. Try adding it to your favorite recipes for an extra boost of flavor and nutrition!