1,144 Russian sage Landscape Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Are they both russian sage or is the darker purple plant something else? Thanks!
Barbara. I would be surprised if the deer would eat the salvias or the Russian sage. Deer generally wouldn't like the aromatic qualities of those two plants
Cloudlike Russian Sage prune and get blooms into fall
Cloudlike Russian SageLooking like a cross between lavender and Mexican bush sage, Russian sage combines fragrant grayish leaves
Russian Sage(Perovskia atriplicifolia)Tall, shrubby Russian sage is a versatile, drought-tolerant and super-low-maintenance stunner that will bloom up
cutting off the flowers and you'll get blooms into fall. Once established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water.
“Russian Sage-full sun-fragrant-3to5ft” — Ben Lokey
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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No one has mentioned the zones this Russian Sage can grow in.
Russian sage. Purple!! & goes good w/ rocks/mulch.
Russian Sage(Perovskia atriplicifolia) Native to the Himalayas and western ChinaRussian sage may be most known for its flowers
garden. Leaves are soft and grayish-green, and emit a subtle, sage-like aroma. Russian sage's garden interest persists well past its blooms have faded.
Distinguishing traits. Russian sage is most notably lauded for its flowers and ability to thrive where little else can grow. Small purple flowers bloom
a distinct skeletal structure produce unique winter interest. Russian sage reaches heights of 3 to 4 feet tall and wide, and its narrow stature means it
Russian Sage. Good for fence line.
“Russian Sage - Purple - Drought Tolerant - Perennial - Evergreen” — planb3z
The New York Botanical Garden
Perovskia 'Blue Spire'
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RUSSIAN SHADES. FOR FALL AND WINTER LOOK
Botanical name: Perovskia atriplicifolia (hybrids and cultivars)Common name: Russian sageUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Little to moderateLight
Common name: Russian sageBotanical name: Perovskia atriplicifoliaUSDA zones: 4 to 9Water requirement:
moderateLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 3 to 5 feetGrowing tips: Russian sage will take almost any soil and often spreads easily. If you're planting
Looks like Russian Sage to me....Love Russian Sage. It does...Russian Sage - good fall plant
“beautiful” — Heather Justison
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purple russian sage for front box
The classic Russian Sage (Perovskia, USDA zones 6 to 9) gives lavender a run for its money as the most common purple plant in today's gardens. Easily
classic Russian Sage...Russian sage...Russian sage?...russian sage mass...Russian sage border.'...Perovskia, aka Russian Sage...Sage hedge...purple sage...Russian Sage front garden...перовския (russian sage)...Russian Sage instead of Lavender
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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
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Limiting watering may prevent Russian sage from spreading too vigorously. There's
new growth in the spring. *** Russian Sage Care Watering care for Russian sage plants is minimal. In fact, Russian sage thrives in dry soil and rarely
Limiting watering may prevent Russian sage from spreading too vigorously. There's a common complaint that Russian sage has the tendency to flop over.
to fine-textured plants such as rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus nauseosus), Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica) and
Planting notes. Russian sage grows well — almost too well in some regions. Be sure that it is not
spot that will receive ample sunlight — at least several hours a day, as Russian sage prefers sunny, warm summers. It's often used in xeriscape gardens but
See previous comment ref Russian Sage.
“russian sage” — avalu
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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feature surrounded in a sea of color and textures (hydrangea, Boxwoods and Russian Sage).
Height order: Hydrangea, boxwood, Russian Sage
mix of three - hydrangea, boxwood and Russian Sage - perfect not overdone.l
limelight hydrangea, inkberry, russian sage
hydrangea and russian sage...Russian sage + Boxwood...Russian Sage...Russian sage and hydrangea limelight...hydrangea. Box sage...russian sage and hydrangea...hydrangea, boxwoods and russian sage....hydrangea, boxwood and russian sage...Russian sage with hydrangea
“Russian sage in for ground Blue” — Landscape Group Inc
Arrow. Land + Structures
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Glencoe Garden
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perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show. Russian sage thrives where many
Mass Russian sage or use it along a garden path. Its height and fine
perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show.Russian sage thrives where many other
How to use it. Mass Russian sage or use it along a garden path. Its height and fine texture reach above surrounding foliage in a distinct and attractive
attractive way. In a mass, Russian sage can even be used as a seasonal screen. Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture
plantings. Plant it alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
“Native plants” — joannekaattari
Clinton & Associates, PC Landscape Architects
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Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
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Russian pervoskia and Calamagrostis at mass
perennials in this landscape, along with a favorite woody perennial, Russian sage (Perovskia atrriplicifolia, zones 5 to 9). Both of these grasses are
relaxing and continuous while including a variety of ornamental grasses and Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia, zones 4 to 9). The similarity of form and
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