Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Russian Sage’

Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Russian Sage’

Flowering Large spikes of mauve velvet flowers in late summer and autumn
Size Little Spire- Has a fine cut foliage

Blue Spire – Has a broader foliage

Maintenance Prune to the base after flowering has finished. Dormant over winter. Fertilise in Spring.
Position Full sun, hardy and frost tolerant. Water when required.
Uses Great contrast plant in perennial border or cottage gardens, adding a stunning splash of mauve in the garden.
 Climate

This improved selection of perennial Russian Sage has a tight habit when it becomes covered in masses of mauve velvet flowers, in summer and autumn, on top of lovely silver foliage.




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