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White Sage - Live Plant
White Sage - Live Plant
White Sage - Live Plant
White Sage - Live Plant

White Sage - Live Plant

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Unlock the power of purification and tranquility with our exquisite White Sage Live Plant. It is a stunning addition to any home, office, or meditation space. With its elegant, silver-green leaves and aromatic fragrance, it adds a touch of natural beauty while creating a serene ambiance. The plant's slender, upright stems can reach a height of approximately 2-3 feet, making it perfect for both indoor and outdoor environments.

What should I know about growing White Sage?

Successful growth of White Sage hinges on proper water, light, and soil management. Recommend sun light for White Sage is full sun.

White Sage does best in well-drained, sandy soil, if you are growing in a pot, potting mix is a fine alternative.

Make sure you understand how big a White Sage can grow. It is recommended to space White Sage 24 inches apart as they can grow about 24-36 inches in diameter and up to 36-48 inches high.

Although White Sage typically produces blooms summer to fall, flowering could be delayed until the second year, depending on the planting date.

How can I use with White Sage?

Historically, the leaves of the plant has been utilized to create smudging, incense, revealing the numerous benefits associated with White Sage.

Whether you're a seasoned sage enthusiast or new to the practice, this live plant offers a direct connection to the ancient wisdom of purification and healing. This botanical wonder is available in a 3.5” pot as an ideal companion for meditation, yoga, or any spiritual practice that requires a sacred atmosphere.


About White Sage

White Sage has a long history of medicinal use by indigenous cultures.  The plant's therapeutic benefits are a result of a number of different substances, including essential oils, tannins, and rosmarinic acid. It has traditionally been used to treat respiratory conditions like colds, sore throats, and congestion. To help calm and open the airways, the leaves can be prepared into a tea or used in steam inhalation.

White Sage is valued for its culinary applications in addition to its therapeutic ones. The leaves are a popular element in savory meals because of their potent, aromatic flavor, which has overtones of mint and camphor. They can be used dried or fresh to give soups, stews, and meat marinades a distinctive and earthy flavor. Additionally, white sage leaves are used to flavor herbal teas and infused oils.


How to Use White Sage

  • Tincture: Fresh or dried white sage leaves are chopped and macerated in grain alcohol for 4 to 6 weeks to formulate a tincture.
  • Tea: In hot water, dried white sage leaves are soaked for 10 minutes to make tea.
  • Salve: White Sage oil can be combined with beeswax to form an antimicrobial salve.
  • Vinegar infusion: Dried white sage leaves can be soaked in apple cider vinegar for 3 to 6 weeks, shaking and adding vinegar during the period, to form a white sage vinegar infusion.

White Sage - Live Plant Frequently Asked Questions

Is White Sage an annual or perennial plant?

White sage (Salvia apiana) is a perennial plant. It is renowned for its capacity to endure and flourish for several years in favorable circumstances. If given the proper attention and environmental circumstances it will continue to grow and thrive year after year.


How much space should be needed to grow White Sage?

It's crucial to consider the possible height and width of the plant in addition to the mature size of White Sage. White Sage can often grow to a height of 3 to 6 feet and a spread of 3 to 4 feet, so make sure to allow enough room for the plant to expand and flourish without being crowded. It's recommended to allow for a spacing of approximately 3 to 4 feet between each plant. 


What zone does White Sage grow in?

White Sage is primarily found in USDA hardiness zones 8 to 11. In zone 8, White Sage can tolerate temperatures as low as 10 to 20°F (-12 to -7°C) with proper protection and care during cold snaps. In zones 9 to 11, where temperatures rarely drop below freezing, it can be grown as a perennial and will thrive in the warm and dry climate.


When should I harvest White Sage?

Wait until your White Sage plant has reached a mature stage before harvesting. This typically occurs when the plant is at least two years old (if growing as a perennial). By harvesting from an established plant, you may be confident that it has grown enough leaves and has enough energy to regenerate. Also, it is best to harvest before or after the flowering stage. Harvesting during or just after flowering allows the plant to divert energy towards seed production and this can affect the quality and potency of the leaves.


Does White Sage flower or fruit?

Yes, White Sage (Salvia apiana) does produce flowers. Depending on the local environment and growing circumstances, it normally blooms in late spring to early summer, usually from May to July. After flowering, it has the ability to yield tiny, dry fruits. The fruiting is not as noticeable or well-known as the flowers, though.

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