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    grow indoor-Sage 2. Sage (Salvia officinalis) Soil requirements: rich, light, well-drained soil; pH between 4.2 and 8.3 Water requirements: 1 inch per week; allow soil to dry between waterings Sunlight requirements: full sun; minimum 6 hours per day Container size: 8- to 30-inch diameter Uses: flavoring for cheese, fish, ground meat, honey, pickles, salad, sausage, soup, stew, stuffing; herbal medicine; natural insect repellent

  • Kara Bauer

    Indoor Herb Gardening

  • Bonnie Timbrook

    11 herbs for indoor container gardening

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