This gray-leaved sage was developed on an estate in Germany. Since its arrival in the United states this plant has earned many horticultural prizes. Its flavor and fragrance are unsurpassed. Use leaves, which are rounded rather than pointed, as you would traditional garden sage. More compact and less likely to flop than the garden sage it grows great in herb planters and in a compact garden. I like to use the large, aromatic leaves to provide flavor in stuffing, sauces and seasoning mixes.