Largest Flowers of Any Russian Sage!Russian Sage – Lacey Blue, Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Lacey Blue’, is a valued landscape perennial and boasts the largest flowers of any Russian Sage! It is a perennial with an exceptionally long season of interest. Forming a bushy mound of fragrant grey-green leaves, Lacey Blue bears copious spikes of deep blue flowers from mid-summer into early fall. The grayish green foliage is scented and carries a cloud of small deep blue flowers on wide stems. This plant offers a charming, open airy feel to a garden. Lacey Blue is great for smaller gardens and terrific in mixed containers. Lacey Blue is easy to grow, drought tolerant once established, and its dense bushy branching prevents flopping, which can be a big problem with Russian Sage. We recommend pruning it back to about 6 inches in the early spring.For months of blooms on a fragrant, popular perennial, you can’t go wrong with the Lacey Blue Russian Sage.* Months of blooms* Amazing fragrance* Deer resistant * Easy to grow .
Lavender Flowers on Arching StemsRussian Sage is an ornamental perennial that is a long-time favorite among gardeners. Plant several in your perennial bed, along a walkway or even just one near your patio for dependable color all season long.Your Russian Sage is one of the most beloved of the garden perennials for several reasons. A genus in the mint family, Russian Sage has an aromatic nature to match its hardy constitution and exceptional flowers. Russian Sage has strong, upright stems dotted with silver/grey leaves and tiny, lavender blossoms. Viewed from a distance, the effect is of a hazy, blue fog shifting with the summer breeze. This silvery-blue vision begins in summer and lasts into fall. Russian Sage grows to 4 feet tall with a 3-foot spread. It’s a perennial you can plant and forget, counting on its outstanding performance year-after-year, no matter the challenges or conditions. Russian Sage plants are vigorous growers and quite durable. They seem to ignore heat, drought, and pests while still maintaining a fresh appearance. Russian Sage is an exceptional perennial that’s a must-have for every landscape. A hardy, carefree plant for your yard, Russian Sage will provide years of long-blooming color and aromatic beauty.* Long-blooming flowers * Decorative, aromatic foliage * Easy to grow * Heat & drought tolerant.
Perfect Purple Spikes on a Compact PlantThis award-winning little plant will make a huge splash in your landscape. The Perovskia ‘Little Spire’ (Perovskia atriplicifolia) is an exciting newer variety to the time-tested sage family.It doesn’t get very big, growing only 2’ to 3’ high – the perfect size to fill in spots in your sunny border or foundation planting. It looks great next to a wall or fence combined with pink or yellow flowers. Try Pink Double Delight coneflowers or yellow Herbstonne Black-Eyed Susans for an instant eye-catching combo of color and texture.This plant thrives in the heat. Too much water or not enough drainage will cause it to lazily flop before the season is done. With good drainage, though, this water-wise plant is a flower machine from late spring to the first frost.The lavender purple spikes are butterfly magnets, but the deer won’t touch it. Since it is a member of the sage family, the leaves are very aromatic when you brush against them, with a kitchen-spice scent. Try planting this along a pathway to really enjoy this aspect.Little Spire looks great in pots as well, and makes a nice alternative if you have trouble growing lavender where you live.This charming compact Russian Sage from Nature Hills, with its wonderful purple flowers, will be a big hit in your garden. Order some now!* Aromatic * Drought tolerant * Winter interest* Great border plant.