Watering: Water daily until established in it's new home, then they are drought tolerant!
Soil:Well drain soil
Comments: Well-Drain soil is most important for this plant, it is prone to root rot.
A valued medicinal, culinary and ornamental herb, Clary Sage makes a great companion to any garden. Clary Sage comes from the Latin word claurus, for 'clear,' due to its antiseptic properties. As a garden plant, Clary Sage has a simple beauty - its leaves have a distinctly unique aroma (fresh peeled grapefruit) and it adds a grace and old-fashioned charm to any garden setting
A mild tea can be made from the leaves and flowers, to be used as an antidepressant, sedative and aphrodisiac. The leaves of the Clary Sage can also be used in salads, while the tops are used in soups, jellies and omelets to lend a sweet fragrant flavor. Growing up to three feet tall, clary sage is a beautiful addition to gardens and pathways.