pineapple sage


Definition of pineapple sage

: a Mexican salvia (Salvia elegans synonym S. rutilans) having a scent of pineapple that is cultivated as an annual

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Recent Examples on the Web That mainly means the chef ’s garden, where herbs, vegetables, and fruit are grown for use in Sierra Mar. Beautiful blue borage, purple pineapple sage, and bright orange Calendula grow next to pink pearl apples, finger limes, and yuzu. Ellen Fort, Sunset Magazine, "The Ultimate Mushroom Trip? A Foraging Weekend in Big Sur," 15 Jan. 2020 Instead, Niagara local Deirdre Fraser acts as the in-house forager and gardener, sourcing wild mushrooms from the neighboring forest while growing unconventional herbs like syrupy rabbit tobacco and tangy pineapple sage. Aliza Abarbanel, Bon Appétit, "The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette Offers a Tasting Menu for the Climate-Conscious Era," 7 Nov. 2019 Golden Delicious pineapple sage made its debut about 15 years ago and has steadily climbed in popularity, winning awards across the country. Norman Winter, Houston Chronicle, "Golden Delicious pineapple sage," 25 May 2018 Golden Delicious pineapple sage sounds, well, delicious. Norman Winter, Houston Chronicle, "Golden Delicious pineapple sage," 25 May 2018 The pineapple sage is known botanically as Salvia elegans and is native to tropical Mexico and Guatemala. Norman Winter, Houston Chronicle, "Golden Delicious pineapple sage," 25 May 2018 Some of the more interesting ones included French sorrel (a tart, leafy herb), cardinal basil and pineapple sage that, yep, tastes like a pineapple. Chuck Blount, San Antonio Express-News, "What’s available now in San Antonio-area farmers markets and what to expect soon," 9 May 2018

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First Known Use of pineapple sage

1950, in the meaning defined above

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