In season now, sage is in full bloom and the flowers which are much milder in flavour than the leaves.
They are a wonderful addition to a salad, in moderation. Use them to decorate a cake, to make herbed vinegar or olive oil, or simply pour hot water over them to make a tea infusion.
Add them dried to your salt or pepper grinder, not only to add flavour but if it is made from a clear material, it is visually beautiful.
Star ingredient - Sage - According to the British Journal of Nutrition, it is one of the best herbs to help control diabetes. High in Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium Rich in Antioxidants, a natural antiseptic and is anti-inflammatory
You can also dry and store them to use in the winter, when the fresh flowers are rare. The best source is from your own garden or a trusted retailer to make sure they are insecticide free.