Little Spires Dwarf Russian Sage - 3 pc.
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Little Spires variety is an exceptional garden performer only growing 2-3’ tall, enabling it to be much more versatile around the yard. It features wonderfully fragrant silvery foliage with striking violet-blue flowers and its superb for attracting pollinators of all types. Little Spires gives you more garden versatility as it works great in containers around the porch to enjoy the aroma, mass plantings, seaside gardens, xeriscape gardens due to its drought tolerance, or an accent around the garden or border.
|Botanical Name:||Perovskia atriplicifolia||Common Name:||Russian Sage||Hardiness Zone:||4-9; Cold Tolerance: -25||Sun Shade:||Full Sun||SKU:||R310425 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer into Fall- 2nd Season||Cultivar:||Little Spires variety- Lavender-blue flowers (smaller variety than most)||HT/WD:||2-3 feet / 2 feet, space 2 feet apart||Special:||Little Spires is a shorter variety- making it more versatile in the garden; attractive gray/silver foliage; prized lavender-blue, fragrant blooms; long summer blooming period; withstands extreme heat and dry conditions; a proven winners selection||Uses:||Mass plantings, back of the garden, landscape specimen, mixed borders, seaside gardens, containers, xeriscape gardens, excellent for cutting and fresh or dried bouquets||Growing Guides:||Little Spires Russian Sage||Ships:||#1 bare-root||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Shipping|
Russian Sage is one of the easiest, longest blooming plants in the garden, effortlessly thriving in tough, dry conditions. Little Spires, a proven winners selection is extremely reliable and hardy returning each spring with the same vigor and garden superiority as before. Russian Sage prefers full sun for the brightest flower color and sturdiest stems with well-drained soil conditions. The gray stems provide a strong vertical element and are especially appealing in winter through wind and weather when they’re leafless. Russian sage should be cut back almost to the ground before growth begins in spring since the best flowering occurs on new growth.