It is much cultivated as a kitchen and medicinal herb, and is also called Garden sage, Kitchen sage, and Dalmatian sage. In southern Europe similar species are sometimes cultivated for the same purpose, and may be confused with the common sage.
It likes warm, quite dry soil with some shade but it will grow in almost any garden soil. It can live through winter but after three to five years the plant is past its best and should be replaced.
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- The Herb Society of America New Encyclopedia of Herbs & Their Uses,i like herbs Deni Bown (New York: DK, 2001)
- A Modern Herbal Mrs M Grieves (Surrey, UK: Merchant, 1973)
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Salvia officinalis.|
- Medicinal use: from appliedhealth.com Archived 2007-11-26 at the Wayback Machine
- Medicinal use, modern and historical: from botanical.com