Jerusalem Sage Coir Tube Stock


You can plant the coir tube pot directly into the ground (or into a bigger pot), which will eliminate root disturbance and help keep your plant happy. The roots will make their way through the pot and into the soil. The pot itself will generally decompose within two months.

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Phlomis fruticosa.

Not a true Sage, this hardy, fast growing, semi-evergreen perennial shrub offers lovely yellow flowers in spring and summer.

Native to the Mediterranean, Jerusalem Sage is an ancient wild herb that has traditionally been used as a medicinal and culinary ingredient.

When bruised, the leaves emit an earthy, clove-like scent. The leaves can be used fresh or dried, fried, used in stews and soups, basically how you’d use Sage leaves. A little goes a long way too due to the robust flavour. The leaves can also be dried and crushed into a spice.

In Western Asian and European folk medicine, a tea was made to help aid digestion and curb food cravings (among other things).

The oils from the plant contain compounds with antioxidant and anti-microbial properties.

The plant enjoys a full sun position and can tolerate poor soils. It should grow to about 1m in height.