With it’s hairy, wrinkled leaves and strange whorls of pink/blue/white flowers, Clary Sage is an unusual plant in any garden.
Clary Sage loves the hot, sunny, dry spots that make lesser plants wither and, with it’s square stems and upright habit it looks wonderful alongside ‘Rosellas” and ‘Tobacco’ plants with a smattering of ‘Yarrow’ to fill in the low gaps.
The leaves and seeds of Clary Sage are the most commonly used parts acting as an oestrogen stimulant when necessary.
As a tea we have found Clary Sage quite useful on many occasions.
25 fresh seeds
Degree of difficulty in germination…..3/10 (1 is easy – 10 very difficult)