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September 16, 2009

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The Ms. S.

Love the Russian Sage with the Liatris and that something burgundy in there - very striking!

Janice

Good eye! Yes, there's some purple sedum in there too.
Janice

Paula H

What do you do to get your Russian Sage so big? Is it a slow grower? Mine is rather puny (though I am guilty of being stingy with water). Next year I vow to water more regularly.

Janice

That russian sage is about 7 years old. I moved it from my old house when I moved to my current place 5 years ago, and it has stayed in the same spot ever since, which probably helps. There are different varieties that come in different sizes, but I don't remember which variety this particular one is. Definitely one of the larger ones, though!
Janice

Janice

That russian sage is about 7 years old. I moved it from my old house when I moved to my current place 5 years ago, and it has stayed in the same spot ever since, which probably helps. There are different varieties that come in different sizes, but I don't remember which variety this particular one is. Definitely one of the larger ones, though!
Janice

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