Sage Plants

    Sage 'Purple'
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    Sage 'Purple' $5.00 $9.50
    2 Pack: Sage Purple
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    Sage 'Common'
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    Sage 'Berggarten'
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    Sage 'Scarlet'
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    Perovskia 'Russian Sage'
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    Sage 'Tricolor'
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    Clary Sage
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    Clary Sage $9.50
    Sage 'Pineapple'
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    Sage 'White'
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    Sage 'White' $12.25
    Elevate your garden and home-cooked meals with the beautiful leaves and delightful aroma of fresh sage. Grow your own fragrant sage and add a touch of freshness and serenity to your surroundings with healthy sage plants for sale from The Growers Exchange. 

    If you’re wondering where to buy sage plants, The Growers Exchange offers a convenient way to ship healthy plants to your doorstep. Browse our catalog of sage plants and pick the perfect variant to add to your herb garden today!


    What Are the Benefits of Growing Sage at Home?

    Sage is not only an easy-to-grow plant, but it also offers many benefits. Some of the advantages of growing sage at home include:

    • Improved Cooking Experience: Sage is a popular herb that’s best cooked fresh. Its unique flavor blends well with various dishes, sauces and cocktails. Get access to this versatile herb whenever you need it.

    • Medicinal Properties: Sage has long been used in traditional medicine for its numerous health benefits. It is believed to have antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used to soothe sore throats, improve digestion, and reduce anxiety.

    • Pest Control: Sage is a natural deterrent for various pests. Planting sage in your garden can help protect your other plants from harmful insects, like cabbage moths and carrot flies.

    • Aromatic Qualities: The pleasant aroma of sage has been appreciated in the world of aromatherapy. It's known for promoting relaxation and mental clarity, making it a perfect plant to grow in your garden or home for a calming environment.

    • Garden Aesthetics: Sage plants offer more than just a delightful aroma and versatile use; their beautiful foliage and delicate flowers can enhance the visual appeal of your garden or indoor space. Choose between traditional silver-and-green leaves, purple and green sage, or our tri-colored sage variants. 


    What Are the Differences Between Our Sage Variants?

    There are several species and varieties of sage plants for your garden or home. Some popular types include:

    • Common Sage (Salvia officinalis): This versatile sage can be grown indoors and outdoors. Its silver-green leaves and purple flowers make it the most commonly used sage in cooking and herbal medicine.

    • Purple Sage (Salvia dorrii): With its striking silvery-purple foliage, this variety makes a beautiful ornamental addition to any garden. It is a drought-tolerant plant, perfect for those with limited water supply.

    • Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans): This sage variety is well-known for its delicious, pineapple-scented leaves. This plant is both visually attractive and versatile in the kitchen, featuring bright red flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

    • White Sage (Salvia apiana): Revered for its spiritual and cleansing properties, this sage is popularly used in smudging rituals. Its silvery-green leaves and beautiful white flowers make it a stunning addition to any garden.

    • Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea): Known for its powerful aroma and soothing properties, this variety is used primarily for its essential oil, which is often used in perfumery and aromatherapy.

    • Scarlet Sage (Salvia coccinea): Best known for its bright red, tubular blossoms that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Native to Brazil, this is a popular choice for gardens and landscapes due to its striking visual appeal.

    • Berggarten Sage (Salvia Officinalis berggarten): Native to Germany, this is a variant of the common sage. It is prized for its aromatic, silvery-green foliage and vibrant purple-blue flowers.

    • Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia): Although not a part of the Salvia family, as with other sage variants, this is a popular option for a lovely garden. Its rich violet-blue flowers have a long bloom season from summer to late fall. 


    How To Take Care of Your Sage Plant

    To ensure your sage plant thrives and stays healthy, follow these essential care tips:


  • Check Your Hardiness Zone: Our sage plants grow best in zones 4-10. Use our zone finder to determine whether your address lies within these zones. If you reside beyond these zone boundaries, your plant may not flourish to its full potential. Don't hesitate to reach out to us for more information and recommendations!

  • Transplanting: Sage can be planted in well-draining soil in pots or directly into the garden. For indoor planting, choose a pot with drainage holes and place it on a sunny windowsill. If planting outdoors, select a sunny location with good air circulation.

  • Light: Sage plants require at least six hours of sunlight per day. If growing indoors, choose a bright, sunny window, and rotate your pot occasionally to ensure all sides receive adequate sunlight.

  • Water: Allow the soil to dry slightly between watering, as sage plants don't tolerate overly wet soil. Too much water can lead to root rot, so it's crucial not to overwater.

  • Soil: Sage plants prefer well-draining soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. If growing in a pot, use a high-quality potting mix.

  • Fertilizer: Generally, sage plants don't require much fertilization. However, if you notice stunted growth or yellowing leaves, applying a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer can help.



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