One whiff and you’ll understand the name! This aromatic beauty will grow 3-4 feet tall and nearly as wide producing red flower spikes during the late summer and fall. Pineapple sage is hardy to about 20 degrees, so it can be overwintered in a pot, but not outdoors. It’s great in beverages and fruit salads, and the (edible) flowers also attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Pineapple sage is used medicinally to calm nerves, aid digestion, and for stomach discomfort.