Tricolor Sage

Plant Specifications

Salvia Officinalis ‘Tricolor.’ Perennial – but can be treated as an annual. Full Sun. Height: 10”–12” Width: up to 12” An upright striking sage with white, purple and pink leaves. Blooms in Summer with small branches of small pale blue flowers.

In the Garden

Needs well-drained soil and it can be susceptible to root rot if over watered. Very nice to coordinate in low-growing containers with other flowers. Sage roots prefer
to be contained in a small space.

Plant Uses

Stunning in a garden, its multiple leaf color makes it perfect for use in floral arrangements, bouquets and tussy mussys (small, fresh herb bundles). A flavorful herb with a variety of culinary uses.