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Sage (Salvia) flowers

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kristiyan says:

Do you chew the leafs? I mean, seriously.

21st Jun 2006, 20:50

Euphro says:

We use them for cooking. I've never tried chewing it, though :)

21st Jun 2006, 21:04

JokerXL says:

Mine're doing that too, is it ok to leave them or should I cut them out (wanting a good crop of sage leaves) and is there any (culinary) use for the lflowers?

22nd Jun 2006, 10:39

Euphro says:

We always leave the flowers on. It doesn't seem to affect the abundance of leaves. Apparently, sage flowers make a nice pesto and can be used in herb jellies/jams :)

22nd Jun 2006, 11:18

JokerXL says:

tnx
;-)

23rd Jun 2006, 19:27

Ascoli says:

We havn't got flowers on our sage yet, they look lovely and its good to know you can leave them, am still very much a learner! but have you seen the tomatoes we grew?

25th Jun 2006, 16:53

abc says:

is all salvia/sage and edible ?

8th May 2009, 17:17

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