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Sage, In Winter



Last year, I devoted a section of my garden to Herbs. It takes herbs quite a while to get started, but I figured I would try growing them from seed.  I dug up some of the plants when I feared the frost would kill them,  and brought them in the house. After a year or so, I decided I would plant this sage by my walkway. I figured it would go dormant in the fall, and sprout a-new in the spring.

I was pleasently suprised when I noticed the plant growing right throught our first snowfall, and I’m still suprised it’s alive. Recently, tempuratures have been below zero, and here the sage just keeps going.

Hooray for Sage. Now, I just need to find a dish that it will spice up….

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