Sage is a very interesting plant, with endless uses. I planted it last year without knowing much about it. I was suprised to see that it survived the winter, and I’m even more suprised that it grows some very cool looking flowers. This is definately a plant I will use in landscaping from now on, but this is just one of a seemingly endless list of uses. It can be used for medicinal purposes, cooking, and can even be used to clean one’s teeth. If you would like to learn more about all of its uses, here’s a link to a great site about it.
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