Salvia officianalis Aurea – Sage


Attractive, evergreen, variegated foliage. The light green aromatic leaves have yellow variegation and are used in cooking…

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Salvia officianalis Aurea has attractive, evergreen, aromatic, variegated foliage. The light green leaves have yellow variegation. This is a great looking sub shrub with lavender-blue flowers. The leaves are edible and used in cooking.

The flowers are attractive to pollinating insects and this sage has been awarded the RHS Plants for Pollinators badge and The RHS Award of Garden Merit.

More Details:

Family: Lamiaceae 
Common Name: Golden Sage
Native: Northern Mediterranean
Height x Spread: 60cm x 60cm (24″ x 24″)
Soil Type: Fertile, Humus rich, Well Drained
Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Aspect: Sun, Part Shade
UK Hardiness: Hardy
Flowering Time: June, July
Flower Colour: Lavender Blue
Foliage Colour: Light Green with Yellow Variegation


Additional information

Weight 275 g
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 15 cm


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