Jerusalem Purple Salvia Judaica Seeds
An ancient species are known from antiquity. A herbaceous perennial native to the eastern Mediterranean, with populations in Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. It typically grows in open fields, rocky soils, and among low-growing native shrubs. It was first described in 1853 by botanist Pierre Edmond Boissier, with the epithet "hierosolymitana" referring to "royal, sacred Jerusalem".
- Select a full sunny sowing area
- Plan the amount of seeds according to 1 m² depending on the size of the area / vessel
- Number of seeds per square meter: 3-2
- Sowing depth is twice the size of the seed, 1-0.5 cm deep
- Keep soil moist until germination. (Not too wet)
- Watering once a day to once every three days (depending on the season)
- It is recommended to use compost and organic nutrients and microbes.
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|Scientific Name||Salvia hierosolymitana|
|Germination Period||6-14 days|
|Days till maturity||55-70|
|Sowing Depth||8 mm|
|Sowing Intervals||40-50 cm|
|Sowing Months||January, February, March, September, October, November, December|
It is recommended to sow directly in the ground. The seeds must be dispersed thin layer of soil. Sage prefers rich, well drained soil.