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ISO Pineapple Sage in the Bay Area

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This is likely a summer herb, but does anyone know of a source around San Francisco?

Thanks in advance.

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  1. If you are interested in growing it I have been to three places where I've seen it.

    Check with Annie's Annuals in Richmond. According to their website they don't have it available now but they might know of someone who does. They are very friendly there.

    http://www.anniesannuals.com/signs/li...

    Morning Sun Herb Farm is farther away (between Vacaville and Fairfield) but is worth the trek.

    http://www.morningsunherbfarm.com/cat...

    Last but not least is the S.F. Flower and Garden Show that will be at the Cow Palace next month.

    http://www.gardenshow.com/sf/index.html

    1. If you are interested in growing it I have been to three places where I've seen it.

      Check with Annie's Annuals in Richmond. According to their website they don't have it available now but they might know of someone who does. They are very friendly there.

      http://www.anniesannuals.com/signs/li...

      Morning Sun Herb Farm is farther away (between Vacaville and Fairfield) but is worth the trek.

      http://www.morningsunherbfarm.com/cat...

      Last but not least is the S.F. Flower and Garden Show that will be at the Cow Palace next month.

      http://www.gardenshow.com/sf/index.html

      1. I have something called pineapple sage growing in my yard in Alexander Valley. It's tall and leggy, has fuzzy grayish leaves, but I don't think it's a true salvia though. Is that what you're looking for?