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Sage - Sage's textured gray-green leaves are perfect for adding a rich flavor to foods. The tubular blue flowers are also edible. More than 900 varieties of sage are available, and many have variegated foliage that looks attractive in flower borders or container combinations. Grow sage in full sun with well-drained soil.
Pineapple Sage - This sage is equally appreciated for its red flowers and the sweet pineapple scent of the foliage, which is wonderful when cut for a flower arrangement. Grow it to attract hummingbirds as they migrate south in the fall. The pretty red flowers are also great for cutting. Pineapple sage leaves are also used dried or fresh in teas. Plants will grow up through the summer, when you can enjoy their leafy fragrance.