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This genus consists of about 100 species of perennials, subshrubs and shrubs. The leaves are large and are densely covered with hair, they are produced in whorls on upright stems. The flowers are tubular in clusters of 2 to 40 blooms in shades of cream, yellow, pink, mauve or purple.
How to propagate Sage
Propagate by seed in autumn.
Shrubs may also be increased from softwood cuttings in summer and perennials by division in the spring.
Other uses of Sage
They are 'architectural' plants that are attractive for their conspicuous, hooded flowers, borne in dense whorls, their foliage and dried seed heads. Suitable for coastal conditions.