SageHolt's Mammoth sage produces no seed. It is so much better than seedling varieties that it should be grown in preference. Various, but not all, seedsmen and nurserymen carry it. Plants cost about 25 cents each. They often exceed a yard in circumference by the close of the summer and produce large quantities of very big leaves of high quality. New plants are easily grown from stems pegged down to the ground during spring and early summer. In a few weeks they take root and may be cut from'the parent plant and transplanted. When a large number of plants is needed they are easily produced by cuttings.
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