How to Trim a Sage Bush
Sage (Salvia officinalis) is an herb that grows easily in almost any soil condition. Sage prefers full sun and average water, but isn't picky. Hardy from zones 4 to 11, sage will quickly take over your garden if ignored. Trim your sage bush once or twice...
Cut dead branches in the center from ground level when they begin appearing.
This is especially helpful when the sage bush is more than 2 years old, as a ...
If shears or other tools were used to cut branches from other plants, sterilize them
before pruning Texas sage. After rinsing dirt and other debris from the tools, ...
Whether you are pruning to maintain size, prepare the bush for the winter or to
help it recover from winter damage, it's important not to cut it back too far. Sage ...
Nov 3, 2013 ... Salvia leucantha, Mexican Sage, Salvia L. Midnight and Salvia L. Santa Barbara
are blooming crazy shrubs. Once established the plants can ...
Prune the sage plants after the flowering stage. After the flowers die down, prune
the sage to half its size. Do not forget to remove all the deadwoods before ...
Sage, with the Latin name Salvia, belongs to the family of labiates plants. It is an
undemanding and sun-loving plant. The species Salvia can be found worldwide
Feb 21, 2012 ... The work, however, has been in the sage, lavender and thyme beds. ... Same
plant, cut down to about 8 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
Apr 22, 2006 ... Cut back all stems by half or, if the plants have become bare at the base, ...
Unlike sage, lavender should not be cut back to bare wood, but ...