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Garden sage, Saliva officinalis, is probably what your grandmother grew for the Thanksgiving dressing and to flavor the homemade sausage.
Moschetti, the former director of a nonprofit organization for crime victims, can raise the window screen and harvest anything she fancies: Garden sage, oregano, thyme, creeping rosemary, parsley and basil.
New varieties of herbs have been introduced, some of which do better indoorssuch as Dwarf garden sage (Salvia officinalis 'Compacta')