White Sage

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White Sage

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White Sage (Salvia Apiana) is a traditional Native American incense herb from California. This bushy plant produces strongly aromatic silvery leaves and blue flowering spikes. 

This herb is a little tricky to germinate but will bring many benefits to your garden. White Sage attracts important pollinators, and is actually one of the best plants for honey production. Leaves may also be dried to use for incense. Large, premium seed packets give instructions on how to grow and when to plant outdoors.

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White Sage naturally has a low germination rate. Start indoors in individual containers of 15-20 seeds each, keep soil moist under direct light, thin to one or two plants after germination. Transplant outdoors after soil has warmed and all danger of frost has passed.

Days to germination: 7-14 
Planting depth: 1/4"
Plant Spacing: 12-18"
Soil Temperature: 65–70°F
Light Requirements: Full Sun

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