Friday, June 4, 2010

Blooming Sage in the Herb Garden!

Salvia officinalis 'Nazareth' and Saliva officinalis 'Compacta' are mixed in this bed.  As I blogged earlier, the 'Nazareth' sages have gone mostly green in the second year.  Not quite what I was looking for.  I wanted that silver color and it has disappeared.  They are both happily blooming in the herb garden!  It has gone a little crazy, don't you think?  Hope you have a great weekend!  Talk to you later.

6 comments:

PeggyR said...

I am jealous, some of my herbs aren't blooming yet. I do have an over 3' high fever few plant that is just opening up though.

Tufa Girl said...

Beautiful!

lemonverbenalady said...

My feverfews are just opening as well, Peggy. It is a beautiful time of the year.

Thanks TG! I love these sages and never knew they bloomed as much. They must be happy!

Martha said...

Alas, prairie sage is about done -- but I did manage to get a few blossoms to use as garnish inside! Visit Linderhof and see the wonderful lemon sage cutlets that have both leaves AND blossoms!

Olde Common Scents said...

SO PRETTY!!!

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks for your comments ladies. I will come by for a visit, Martha.