Pineapple Sage

Pineapple sage (Salvia elegans) is an underrated herb in the garden. It doesn't need much attention, but has a lot to offer. It will grow up to five feet tall, and its bright leaves are a delicate shade of green all summer long. It produces slender, trumpet shaped red flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds, … Continue reading Pineapple Sage

Sage, Pineapple – Salvia elegans

Those who know sage as a spice used in stuffing will be shocked at the scent and flavor of this sweet herb. Even its appearance is drastically different: it has pretty, bright red flowers and smooth light green leaves instead of the drab blooms and thick, textured foliage of common sage. Its value is threefold … Continue reading Sage, Pineapple – Salvia elegans