Sage

Salvia Officinalis

Salvia is perennial and belongs to the Lamiaceaea family. Sage is a semi-shrub or perennial with a loose ascending growth form. The stems are square with a bark, which is first gray and red, but later becomes light gray and furished. The leaves are oval with curved edges. The upper and lower sides are light gray and very wrinkled. The root network consists of a powerful and profound tabroot with numerous side rodts. Fully developed seedlings achieve a height of 50-60 cm. The flowers are in the ax at the end of special shoots. A maximum of 6 years can be harvested in the same field. No harvest in the year of establishment. The seeds are small, round nuts.

Seed quantity: 10 kg per acres

Sowing: April-May.

Harvest: July.