Harvesting Sage for a Beautiful Centerpiece8:31:00 AM
I've been growing sage in a pot in my garden for years.
It comes back every year, thicker and stronger.
As it begins to get colder I thought I'd cut some of it down and bring it inside.
The sage is a beautiful green and the only thing better than the way it looks is the way it smells.
I put a mason jar inside this galvanized oil can and filled it with water hoping the sage will last a long time indoors.
Paired with pumpkins, it makes a gorgeous fall centerpiece for a long table.
Can you tell which of the pumpkins is real and which is fake? I know it's hard!
Before it freezes I'm going back outside to see what other greens I can bring inside.
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