Sage, Clary (Salvia sclarea) seeds, organic [WA NO]

(2 customer reviews)

$3.95$31.10

Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)

Hardy to Zones 5 to 9

(Clary Sage) Biennial.  The purple-pink inflorescences are covered with glandules, redolent with Clary’s peculiar essential oil.  In aroma-therapy, Clary is the scent of euphoria.  Sow seed in spring, in pots or directly in the garden.  Barely cover seed with soil and tamp firmly, then keep moist and in the light until germination, which occurs in 1 to 2 weeks.  Thin or transplant to 3 feet apart.  Flowers in the second year in multiple upright stalks to 5 feet.

Packet contains 30 seeds
5 g contains ~1,400 seeds
10 g contains ~2,800 seeds

Certified Organically Grown, Not available to Washington State

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  1. Julie

    Julie

    This is a tremendous plant. It has really taken over its share of the garden…very tall and wide! Great fragrance, beautiful flowers. I got my packet from the Sage Seed Set a few years ago. Highly recommend.

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  2. Marie Irene Knoll

    Marie Irene Knoll

    Absolutely love love love this plant. Great germination results.

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    • S

      I have two extremely healthy specimens that are about to flower this year. In the first year of growth the foliage had the classic clary sage aroma when the leaves were crushed. However, the foliage during the second year has almost no odor at all. Is this par the course? I am a bit disappointed as I was hoping to make a clary sage hydrosol this summer.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello! Clary sage leaves do not carry the odor of the plant. You have to wait for the flowers and the bracts. If these are second-year plants, it won’t be long. richo

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