Pineapple Sage
    鳳梨鼠尾草
(Salvia elegans)

Growing Facts

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Year-round growing season

 

At least 6 hours of sunlight daily 

Moderate amount of water

Pineapple sage requires constantly moist soil, make sure it never dries out

 

 Plant in a 12-14 inches container, and divide the plants to discourage them from being root-bound. Root-bound is when plants whose roots are 'bound' by some kind of barrier

Plant 1/4-1/2 inches deep spaced 24 inches apart

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Fun Facts
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Both the leaves and flowers of pineapple sage are edible and can be used as a garnish for drinks, herbal teas, jam, jelly, or even cold soups like gazpacho.