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Perovskia - Russian Sages

Neither Russian nor sage, Perovskia (Russian Sage) is native to southwestern and central Asia. This perennial plant is admired for its aromatic gray-green foliage, its lovely silver stems and its tall, long-blooming lavender-blue flower spikes, which add a cool, airy cloud of color to the garden in summer. It even remains attractive in winter with its white stems standing out and making a striking feature. Easy to grow, Russian sages adapt to a wide range of climates as long as they get plenty of sun and good drainage. And they have a fabulous way of looking good with pretty much any flowering partner.


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Perovskia 'Blue Spire' (Russian Sage)

Award-winning Perovskia 'Blue Spire' is an erect multi-stemmed, sub-shrub or deciduous perennial with fuzzy clusters of small violet-blue flowers, borne on thin white stems, clad with finely-dissected, aromatic gray-green leaves. Blooming for weeks from mid-summer to fall, this delicate-looking plant is a toughy that is resistant to drought, heat, pests and poor soils.

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Perovskia 'Little Spire' (Russian Sage)

Perovskia 'Little Spire' (Russian Sage) is a compact, erect, multi-stemmed, sub-shrub or deciduous perennial with terminal panicles of small violet-blue flowers, borne on thin white stems, clad with finely-dissected, aromatic gray-green leaves. Blooming for weeks from mid-summer to fall, this delicate-looking plant is a toughy that is resistant to drought, heat, pests and poor soils.

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Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian Sage)

Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian Sage) is a bushy, woody-based deciduous perennial with long terminal panicles of small, lavender-blue flowers, borne on thin white stems, clad with finely-dissected, aromatic gray-green leaves. Blooming for weeks from mid-summer to fall, this delicate-looking plant is a toughy that is resistant to drought, heat, pests and poor soils.

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