Sage is easy to propagate from tip cuttings. Take a 3-4 inch cutting at a node (where the leaves attach) on a stem. Remove the lower leaves and insert the cut end into moist soil mix that includes peat or perlite. Cover the container with plastic careful not to touch the leaves and place in a warm location. Check in 2 weeks to see if the cutting has rooted.
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