Rosemary and sage, the winning combination for your dishes!
Rosemary is one of the most used aromatic herbs in cooking, on meat and vegetable dishes. It is a very resistant and easy to grow evergreen. Its leaves are easily recognizable by the sharp shape and the very pleasant scent. The flowers, which appear in spring, are of colors that vary from white to violet. Rosemary is an aromatic herb that needs little water, in fact it grows very well in Mediterranean areas. Rosemary It is also excellent for creating only fragrant hedges!
Sage is a robust aromatic herb that does not require too much attention like rosemary. Its name comes from the Latin "salvus" or "save, safe, healthy". It was its medicinal properties that gave it its name, even before those of aromatic herbs for food.
If dried, Sage can be used for the preparation of infusions useful for digestion and to combat sore throats and respiratory tract infections.
Sage frequently grows in the Mediterranean areas; its culinary use is now widespread and flavoursome dishes.
It is advisable to place this composition of aromatic herbs in a very bright area to allow them to vegetate properly.
The container is composed of two pretty vintage wooden drawers, enriched by a black top scoop.