Sage – Tricolor
Salvia officinalis 'Tricolor'

Zone: 4-8
Height: 24"

General: Rounded mound of showy green, purple and cream aromatic leaves with spikes of lilac-blue blooms. Nice decorative herb that also goes well in teas, sausage and stuffing.

Medicinal Uses: Historically tricolor sage was thought to inspire longevity and immortality. More commonly, sage has been used to treat respiratory problems, coughs, sore throats and as an appetite stimulant.

Ornamental Uses: Tricolor sage is an ornamental variegated variety with aromatic white, silvery-green and pinkish-purple leaves that will attract birds and butterflies. It does not flower often but when it does they will be on the end of spikes and a purple to blue color.

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