Pineapple sage is a beautiful tender perennial in the garden. It is excellent for attracting pollinators and has edible leaves that have a pineapple fragrance. Pineapple sage can propagate very easily from cuttings. It grows best in zone 8-11 but sometimes will come back in zone 7 – but don’t count on it! To preserve it for next year I decided to take some cuttings. In this video you can see what I did and how they rooted!
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