Culinary herb for gardens and containers. Leaves provide wonderful flavor to eggs, soups, meats, and gravies. Use leaves fresh, or dry and keep in an airtight container.
'Berggarten' is a very popular variety that was first discovered in Germany. The downy leaves are nice for adding soft texture to mixed containers, borders and herb gardens. Use the vitamin-packed leaves to add a wonderful flavor to a wide variety of culinary dishes.
Purple sage can be used in traditional recipes calling for sage, like homemade sausage, poultry and pork dishes, and soups and stews. Purple sage adds a savory flavor to butter and cheese spreads. To preserve Purple sage, chop leaves and freeze in ice cube trays with oil.