sage care self watering

sage care self watering


Potted Herb Care

  • Full sunlight
  • Warm environment
  • 1. Remove herb from pack & place into our self watering pot.

  • 2. Fill the pot with water.

  • 3. Refill when water is below level of terracotta disc.

1 to 2 weeks of freshness if cared & kept indoors

Growing Outdoors

  • Full sunlight
  • Wind free
  • Water if dry

If you want your sage to live longer, take it outdoors.

  • 1. Plant it in well drained and fertilized soil in a sunny area.

  • 2. Sage does not like soil that is moist all the time – it is a native of the Mediterranean.

  • 3. Feed regularly with a liquid plant food.

sage care self watering
Apr – Nov

When to Harvest

Fresh leaves can be picked any time before flowering.

In theory, you should be able to pick leaves all year round, as sage is evergreen, but the leaves can suffer in cold winters.

Harvest in summer and dry for winter use.

How to Freeze

1. Chop

Chop cleaned leaves (no stems) into small pieces.

2. Bag

Throw them as is in to a sealable bag.

3. Freeze

Place the tray in your freezer. Can be kept for 4 to 6 months.

Cut Herb Care

  • Keep it refrigerated
  • 1. Keep the product in it’s mini-greenhouse packaging.

  • 2. Snip off what you need and continue to properly store the remainder.

  • 3. Lasts 10 to 14 days

How to enjoy it

Before use, rinse under cold running water.

Use the whole leaves or chop them into smaller pieces, depending on the recipe’s instructions.

Sage can also be brewed as a tea with a little honey and is often used to aid digestion.

  • Check out some of our favourites herb recipes and bring their fresh taste to your family!