Synopses & Reviews
With its remarkable scent and myriad varieties, this dusky beauty has long been celebrated by gardeners, chefs, and healers alike. Today, gardeners everywhere are discovering that growing sage is a simple and wonderfully rewarding pleasure. In The Sage Garden, horticultural expert Ann Lovejoy profiles her favorite varieties and provides straightforward counsel on cultivating the different types of sage for the particular climates in which they thrive. In addition, this gorgeously photographed book explains which kinds are best for drying, which for cooking, and which are simply meant to be enjoyed in the garden. Once ready to harvest, readers can turn to the section for health, beauty, and tantalizing culinary recipes. No gardener or sensualist should be without this book
About the Author
Ann Lovejoy is a columnist for the Seattle Post Intelligencer, a recipient of the American Horticultural Society Writing Award, and author of many books, including Cascadia. She lives in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
Grey Crawford photographs have been featured in Metropolitan Home, Esquire, Food and Wine, Architectural Digest, and Elle D cor. He lives in Southern California.