Lee Valley Tools Gardening Newsletter
Vol. 2, Issue 3
June 2007
 
Ornamental Herbs
 

Salvia
Turkey dressing just wouldn't be the same without this herb (commonly known as sage), but it doesn't just look good on the dinner table.


Berggarten sage (Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten')
  In early light, its round, blue-gray leaves appear to glow.


Common sage
The silvery foliage of Berggarten sage.


Icterina sage (S.o. 'Icterina')
  Handsome, gray-green, slender leaves are streaked with golden yellow and chartreuse.

Purple sage (S.o. 'Purpurea')
  Gray-green leaves brushed with shades of purple.

Variegated purple sage (S.o. 'Variegata Purpurea')
  Purple leaves with splotches of white and pink.

Tricolor sage (S.o. 'Tricolor')
  Markings of white, cream, pink, purple and green make this one a standout.


Jennifer Grant
 
 

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