(1) Plants deer especially dislike include catmint, chives, lavender, sage , spearmint, thyme and yarrow-all useful and easy to grow in this area.(2) Herb de Provence is a mixture of herbs, often including thyme, rosemary, tarragon, chervil, sage , marjoram, basil and fennel seed.(3) Perhaps it's because it isn't a classic culinary herb like basil or sage , or maybe because its medicinal values are limited.(4) Mediterranean herbs such as sage (salvia officianalis) are hardy and tasty plants.(5) Good choices to plant now are basil, chives, cilantro, oregano, parsley rosemary, sage , and thyme.(6) I'll also be constrained by Kieran's sage advice; indeed I didn't feel much like posting after the war began for reasons much like those Kieran adduces.(7) When calling on the Gurukkal, don't expect to meet a venerable sage with wrinkles to testify the years of experience he had in life.(8) Other culinary herbs, like sage , rosemary and thyme, are native to Mediterranean regions where the air is rather temperate and dry.(9) Jeeves' grave and sage philosophy towards booze is encapsulated perfectly at the end of another Wodehouse story.(10) The best culinary sage is native to southern Europe.(11) Cover a berm with low-growing aromatic herbs such as basil, prostrate rosemary, sage , and lemon and lime thyme.(12) You also can plant lavender, oregano, thyme, rosemary and sage .(13) And, the culinary herb, sage , that you use in the kitchen is often enough to put a damper on hot flashes.(14) As with the 2000 election, will you inject your sage Texas wisdom into your 2000 election projections?(15) I believe that, like me, you will gain a deeper appreciation for this illustrious artist after reading Moore's sage views.(16) He then continues to give him very sage , wise advice regarding governing wisely.
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