|I purchased pinapple scented sage - Salvia Rutilans
this spring and loved how it looked and smelled in my garden, but now as i'm putting the garden to bed, I don't know if it is a perennial or annual.
Please help, I don't want to take it out of the garden if it will come up next year.
|Pineapple sage is perennial only in zones 7-10 so it's doubtful your plant will winter over in the garden. You can certainly take a tip cutting or root division, pot it up, and grow it indoors in a sunny windowsill over the winter months. Sage doesn't especially like to grow indoors, but I think you can coax it along until next spring, then transplant it out into your garden when the soil and air temperatures warm up.
Best wishes with your pineapple sage!