Russian Sage Flower, wild harvested

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Russian Sage Flower, wild harvested

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Russian Sage (Perovskia 'Longin') grows native and abundant in most parts of North Central Washington.

This plant grows wild on our property. Each is hand picked, cleaned, and dried by me personally. The flowers are fragrant, very similar to lavender, and I love sitting next to the fire in Autumn to take my time picking the flowers from the stems.

Russian Sage is tolerant against pollution, which makes this wild harvested herb an excellent addition to any herb stash.

Burning sage will repel mosquitoes or other pests, while smelling heavenly. Add it to a burning fire or grill.

Health Benefits of Russian Sage

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