Sage is a delicious and appealing herb. It’s used worldwide to flavor dishes (it is going specifically well in Thanksgiving stuffing!) but it’s also an attractive low-growing garden plant for sunny borders and rockeries.

Sage is very smooth to grow but is sage a perennial or an annual?

Let’s find out more approximately sage and discover which zones it grows in in which it’s considered a perennial plant and wherein zones it's going to die off as an annual.

Sage is a perennial herb in its native environment of the Mediterranean and in growing zones 5-8.

In its herbal Mediterranean habitat, sage is a perennial herb that grows back each year.

In addition to being a culinary star, sage is has a long history of medicinal use.

In medieval Europe, sage was made into a tea to stimulate the nervous system, memory, and to promote wisdom

Sage will thrive and blossom in sunny locations and its flowers are edible.

After sage has bloomed, it’s best to cut it back. Snip off the spent flower stalks at the base to encourage new flower stems