Growing Sage in Your Garden for Ethereal Purification.

Sage (Salvia officinalis) is used for purification and cleansing in many cultures and religions. Sage, a pleasant and useful herb, can be grown in your garden.

Common sage (Salvia officinalis) or other climate-appropriate variants. Common sage purifies and is used in cooking.

Sage likes well-drained soil and full sun. Choose a garden spot with 6-8 hours of sunlight daily.

Put the plant in a hole slightly larger than the root ball at the same depth as in the container. Water the plant well after planting.

Sage enjoys relatively dry circumstances once established. Water the plant moderately, letting the soil dry between waterings.

Sage has been utilized for purification across cultures. Smudging (burning dried sage leaves) is said to purify a space of negative energy.

Sage is tough, but in colder locations, mulching the roots may protect them in winter.

Growing sage in your yard adds ethereal meaning and provides a culinary and medicinal herb. For best growth, sage demands must be understood and cared for like other plant.

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