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        Common Sage

        Common sage (Salvia officinalis) is a culinary herb native to southeastern Europe. It is a perennial with soft grey-green leaves that flowers in late summer. The blooms are spikes of multiple stacked flowers, usually lilac or blue in color. Sage grows like a shrub and can get as tall as 24 inches.

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        Common sage (Salvia officinalis) is a culinary herb native to southeastern Europe. It is a perennial with soft grey-green leaves that flowers in late summer. The blooms are spikes of multiple stacked flowers, usually lilac or blue in color. Sage grows like a shrub and can get as tall as 24 inches.

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        Common sage (Salvia officinalis) is a culinary herb native to southeastern Europe. It is a perennial with soft grey-green leaves that flowers in late summer. The blooms are spikes of multiple stacked flowers, usually lilac or blue in color. Sage grows like a shrub and can get as tall as 24 inches.

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