Tri- Color Varigated sage.
Even though this herb is highly ornamental, it is also edible. So it still has the same culinary applications as regular sage.
Grow these herb plants in full sun and well-drained soil. Mix in compost to improve soil fertility. If the foliage fails to receive sufficient amounts of sunshine, there will be less purple in the tricolored mix. As with most herbs, special attention should be paid to the requirement for well-drained soil. Tricolor sage plants are drought-tolerant perennials once established.
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