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Whitte Sage Seeds (Organic)


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White Sage | id:35578 | Salvia apiana | Ecologically grown | Annual | Open Pollinated | Heirloom
One of the most popular Native American sacred herbs used for ceremonial purposes. Smudging is done by drying, bundling and burning the herb to purify the surroundings of negative spirits. Most commonly used by the Californian Native Americans, where the herb grows prevalently. Medicinally, white sage is an antibacterial and antioxidant, which makes it helpful for colds and flus. Its high eucalyptol content helps to clear congestion. Typically administered as a tincture, tea, or inhalation steam bath for its therapeutic effects. Seeds are difficult to germinate, with rates as low as 20-30% and taking about 25 days to pop up. Sprinkle seeds across surface of soil and mist them with a spray bottle in full sun around 70-80 degrees. Plant in sandy extremely well draining soil in full sun.
Companion plants: Carrot, Tomato, Parsley, Strawberry, Rosemary, Beans, Thyme, Nasturtium, Oregano, Brassicas. 
Far from: Fennel, Rue, Cucumber, Wormwood.
Planting tip: Soaking in warm water for up to 12H is recommended for improved germination. Sow 6–8 weeks before last frost or direct sow outside in clumps of 3–4 seeds, ¼” deep. When starting indoors, bottom-water and avoid covering the seeds with displaced soil.
Harvesting tip: Harvest when 3-4 flowers have opened up. Use fresh or dried flower. Hang to dry.

Seed depth:1/8″, Plant spacing:24-36″, Row spacing:24”, Sun Level:3, Watering Level:1, Germination:2- 14 d/j, 15-23°C Optimally:21°C, Days to maturity:90-100 d/j, Attracts pollinators

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