Purple and Tricolor sage have the same distinct smell and flavor as common sage. This herb is probably most noteable in dressing or sausage but is also used to season poultry, rooty vegetables and infused in butter. Pineapple sage on the other hand has a distinct pineapple scent as per its name and it has more of a mint or spiced flavor. This plant is grown for is attractive foliage and tall red flowers that attract hummingbirds as well as the fruity scent and foliage. Pineapple sage is most often used to make tea and has some helpful health benefits.
Salvia officinalis 'Tricolor Sage' 1'-1.5'TW
Salvia officinalis ‘Purple Sage' 1.5'TW
Salvia elegans 'Pineapple Sage' 3'-5'TW
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