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shades of purple. What are the two types of plants?
Are they both russian sage or is the darker purple plant something else? Thanks!
deer would eat the salvias or the Russian sage. Deer generally wouldn't like the aromatic qualities of those two plants... but a really hungry deer might
These are some of the plants we're putting in your front garden.
companion plant for day lilies, salviea and dianthus.
Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) Tall, shrubby Russian sage is
established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or massed
Cloudlike Russian SageLooking like a cross between lavender and Mexican bush sage, Russian sage combines fragrant grayish leaves
“russian sage” — stranpa
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Glencoe Garden
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mixed perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show. Russian sage thrives where
Mass Russian sage or use it along a garden path. Its height and
alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
mixed perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show.Russian sage thrives where many
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
alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
“path backyard” — nildapuente
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Russian Sage...mass planting...Russian sage border...mass plantings
“Stones, use of plants around edge, etc” “Mass plant Russian sage” “mass plantings
La bordure de plantes à fleurs… pour le tour de mon
Stones, use of plants around edge, etc...Russian sage against my fence...Russian Sage...Mass plant Russian sage...mass plantings
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
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No one has mentioned the zones this Russian Sage can grow in.
I'd love to know what zones this plant grows in. I'm surprised not to see this
Tame the Russian Sage back in garden -here, closer to rock
it from spreading. Plant it in dry, well-drained soil.
winter interest. Russian sage reaches heights of 3 to 4 feet tall and wide, and its narrow stature means it fits well in tight spaces. This plant grows best
upright structure of the plant survives into winter, drawing interest with its skeletal shape and silvery stems.
the potential to overpower surrounding plants, so be sure it’s not considered invasive in your area. Russian sage is used in xeriscape gardens but can handle
watering might even prevent it from spreading. Plant it in dry, well-drained soil. See more on how to grow Russian sageMore: Dare to Go Gray in the Garden
“plant Russian sage in dry, well-drained soil to prevent spreading” — Diane Jewell
The New York Botanical Garden
Perovskia 'Blue Spire'
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RUSSIAN SHADES. FOR FALL AND WINTER LOOK
feetGrowing tips: Russian sage will take almost any soil and often spreads easily. If you're planting it en masse, place the plants close enough that they
Flowers summer into fall; architectural When to plant: Spring to summer
Common name: Russian sageBotanical name: Perovskia atriplicifoliaUSDA zones:
Botanical name: Perovskia atriplicifolia (hybrids and cultivars)Common name: Russian sageUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Little to moderateLight
they can support one another, as single plants may droop. For best blooms, cut the plants back near the ground before they begin to flower in spring.
what kind of plant is this?...Looks like Russian Sage to me....Love Russian Sage. It does attract
“cloud like russian sage” — wfwickham
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Names 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
older 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
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 have had it previously
question. foreground: Perovskia atriplicifolia and Hemerocallis Redish plant: Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Rosea' Blue in the back: Agastache foeniculum
“Lavender” — nso1954
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Limiting watering may prevent Russian sage from spreading too vigorously
reinvigorates the plants and helps to control their spread.
grasses. Bold foliage plants such as agaves, yuccas, verbascum and kniphofia are also great partner plants.
Planting notes. Russian sage grows well — almost
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 are about 1 foot tall. This
texture and makes a great foil to fine-textured plants such as rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus nauseosus), Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Arizona cypress
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 keep your plants standing tall.
“russian sage” — avalu
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Russian Sage and Black Eyed Susan: Landscape Architecture by Ryan Manning and Ransom Beegles: ...
Russian sage and Black Eyed Susan/Rudbeckia
perfect foils for a planting of red flowers.
The lavender spires of Russian sage and joyful yellow
soil When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.
appear to vibrate and dance in the lightest breeze. The lavender spires of Russian sage and joyful yellow sunbursts of black-eyed Susan in the photo here keep
blooms in mid to late summer, often into the early fall When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in
of dry conditions and can thrive in most kinds of soil When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in
russian sage and black eyed susans
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