Though often considered a difficult plant to grow, the hard work is worth it with white sage. You will be enamored by its delicious edible leaves, exotic desert vibe, and charming flowers.
White sage, sometimes named Sacred or Bee sage, is a shrub from the Lamiaceae family. The plant originates from the southern United States of America in and around the California area. White sage can be identified by its light-colored, oily hairy leaves, its pinkish stems, and white to lavender flowers. The plant's height is usually just under 4 feet and 10 inches (1.5 m). Its small flowers tend to bloom in the late spring and early summer, so around April and until June.