Also known as
Meadow Sage, Wild Sage, Introduced Sage, Prairie-Meadow Sage, Sage
5 years to reach maturity
Meadow Clary Overview
This specie produces large leaves, and will produce spikes of flowers which are either blue or red. They will grow to a height of about 30ins and will make a good filler plant for the middle of the border. The foliage and flowers are fragrant.
Common problems with Meadow Clary
How to propagate Meadow Clary
You can propagate from seeds in the spring, cuttings in early summer.
Division at any time.
Other uses of Meadow Clary
Cutting bed, fragrance, foliage