. HERBS Sage (Sweet, Pot and Medicinal) Culture—Herbs delight in a rich, mellow soil. Sow seeds early in spring in shallow drills, 1 foot apart; when up a few inches thin out to proper distances, or transplant. They should be cut on a dry day just before they come into full blossom, tied in bunches and hung up or spread thinly on a floor where they can dry quickly. Those marked with an * are perennial. Plants of various perennial herbs will be found offered on page 212. Anise. For garnishing, flavoring and for cordials. Pkt., 10 cts.; oz., 25 cts. *Balni. Lemon-scented. Used for tea or balm wi

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. HERBS Sage (Sweet, Pot and Medicinal) Culture—Herbs delight in a rich, mellow soil. Sow seeds early in spring in shallow drills, 1 foot apart; when up a few inches thin out to proper distances, or transplant. They should be cut on a dry day just before they come into full blossom, tied in bunches and hung up or spread thinly on a floor where they can dry quickly. Those marked with an * are perennial. Plants of various perennial herbs will be found offered on page 212. Anise. For garnishing, flavoring and for cordials. Pkt., 10 cts.; oz., 25 cts. *Balni. Lemon-scented. Used for tea or balm wi

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