1,234 planting russian sage Home Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
6 Reviews
BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
Are they both russian sage or is the darker purple plant something else? Thanks!
or the Russian sage. Deer generally wouldn't like the aromatic qualities of those two plants... but a really hungry deer might eat anything. I do not think you would have a problem with the dianthus either.
of the plants we're putting in your front garden.
Russian sage as a background plant in some borders
russian sage:long bloom season. keep cutting off to bloom into fall. any soil spreads easily. cut back near ground for spring
Plant russian Sage for the fall
Nice plants. Are they easy to care for?
Russian Sage - plant en masse. Bloomsm from Spring to Fall. Cut flowers off.
Cloudlike Russian Sage Looking like a cross between lavender and Mexican bush sage, Russian sage combines fragrant grayish leaves with light purple flower
“Russian Sage” — cindyrucker
Cross River Design, Inc.
6 Reviews
Hilltop Tuscan Mansion
Russian Sage...mass planting...Russian sage border...mass plantings
use of plants around edge, etc” “Mass plant Russian sage” “mass plantings
Russian sage against my fence
lawn, planting, tuscan
Pavers in grass, Russian sage
Russian Sage...mass planting...Russian sage border...Border plant...mass plantings
“great pathway” — justaboutjulie
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Glencoe Garden
Plant with grasses to keep it in check
Mass Russian sage or use it along a garden path. Its height and fine texture
mass, Russian sage can even be used as a seasonal screen. Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting.
Russian sage - drought resistant, winter flower
perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show.Russian sage thrives where many other plants fail; but a blessing can also be a burden, as the vigorous growth of the plant can overpower surrounding plantings. Plant it alongside grasses
Mass Russian sage or use it along a garden path. Its height and fine texture reach above surrounding foliage in a distinct and 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, or opt for a
“4 sided arched pergola - could we o this with Tudor style arch?” — krwilson
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Flower garden stories
of the Plants, the primary ones - foreground and color ; mid and back ground.
Sunset Plant guide for your area and a native plant book for your area. Most cities have plant societies that will help you learn about cottage plants that grow easily in your zone. Joining your local Hardy Plant Society is a fun thing to do if you're interested in plants. I also love this look and
lavender plant thats well established, the just barely reddish plant in front might be a salvia not sure about the twiggy blue plant behind the lily. This looks like an older cottage garden. There are usually a lot of seasonal magazines that specialize in cottage gardens and I have several books on then
Redish plant: Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Rosea' Blue in the back: Agastache foeniculum white blossoms: Echinacea purpurea 'Alba' Landscape Slovenia We design gardens . We shape landscapes. www.landscape.si
“Flowers garden” — marakas
The New York Botanical Garden
Perovskia 'Blue Spire'
Russian Sage, Flowere summer into fall. Plant spring to summer.
Love Russian Sage. It does attract bees.
Love the unruly look of this Russian sage
Well, I like the plant :) and hope to put it in one of my spaces someday soon.
Russian Sage - good fall plant
When to plant: Spring to summer
Russian Sage - I wonder if it's edible.
Botanical name: Perovskia atriplicifolia (hybrids and cultivars) Common name: Russian sage
Russian sage, deer resistant, grows in high elevations better ********
When to plant: Spring to summer
Common name: Russian sageBotanical name: Perovskia atriplicifoliaUSDA zones: 4 to 9Water requirement: Little to 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
“Russian sage” — Becky Romenesko Green
Jay Sifford Garden Design
6 Reviews
BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
russian sage next to cone flowers
Russian sage, woodchip covering, built wall for terracing
Russian Sage. Good for fence line.
Russian Sage - looks nice with sandstone
Russian sage. Purple!! & goes good w/ rocks/mulch.
Russian sage / Perovskia atriplicifolia / Sulkapiiska / afghanperovskia
i like this russian sage - purple stuff
traits. Russian sage is most notably lauded for its flowers and ability to thrive where little else can grow. Small purple flowers bloom from summer into fall, drawing butterflies and hummingbirds into the garden. Leaves are soft and grayish-green, and emit a subtle, sage-like aroma. Russian sage's garden
of the plant survives into winter, drawing interest with its skeletal shape and silvery stems.
“Russian Sage” — tizod03
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
1 Review
Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
See previous comment ref Russian Sage.
coarse and 4 to 6 feet tall. a background plant next to delicate foliage for contrast.
There's a common complaint that Russian sage has the tendency to flop over. Dry, well-drained soil light in nitrogen may help avoid this. If you notice that your Russian sage is leaning a little wearily, cut it back by half in early summer or when the plants
day, as Russian sage prefers sunny, warm summers. It's often used in xeriscape gardens but is tolerant of light supplemental watering. Limiting watering may prevent Russian sage from spreading too vigorously
, Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica) and native grasses. Bold foliage plants such as agaves, yuccas, verbascum and kniphofia are also great partner plants.
“Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush Russian sage” — carolzhome
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Howard Roberts
What are the bright green low plants? Which ornamental grass did you pick? I assume the tall tan grasses are the back are Calamagrostis x acutiflora - is this correct? Thanks!
bloom is Russian Sage. You are correct with the grasses, "Karl Foerster".
Russian sage perovskia atriplicifolia zone 4 a 8 JARDIN
Russian Sage for color through summer
plantings below to blend in with ground cover
russian sage in front of karl foerster grass
perennials. Plants that don't need a lot of fuss are your friends. They're worth knowing about because you want your garden to perform and look good, especially when the rain gauge is empty.Russian Sage, the flowering plant on the top of this stone wall, is one of the longest blooming perennials and it can
“Walls and plantings” — monicapollock
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