Aromatic Plant Long-leaved sage (Salvia officinalis longifolia)- 14 diam
The long-leaved sage belongs to the Labiatae family. It is a perennial shrubby plant with a semi-woody stem and can reach a height of one meter. The leaves are long and narrow, gray-green and to the touch are feltrose (sticky). It produces flowers gathered in blue-violet spikes that bloom from May to July.
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Cultivation It prefers a dry, well drained and sunny soil. It does not tolerate moisture. Once rooted, Sage is very resistant to drought. Water as needed. Collection and conservation The leaves are harvested all year long for culinary purposes. They can be consumed both fresh and dried. The branches of the plant can be dried upside down and subsequently stored in an airtight container. Use in the kitchen The leaves are used fresh or dried to enhance the flavor of many dishes based on meat and fish, cooked roasted or stewed, and flavoring potatoes and vinegar. Let dry in the melted butter form the condiment for pasta dishes based on gnocchi, tortellini, agnolotti etc. Excellent for flavoring game and birds. It also has the power to make very fatty meats more digestible. Sage should not be mixed with other aromas and spices because it tends to cancel the flavors. Flowers can be added to the salad.