gardening in Nova Scotia, with an occasional maritime musing
I had these for awhile and when it died off, I never replaced it. It is going back on my list for next season. Lovely in the sun, isn't it?
I just love this flower so much, yet every time I plant here in Fl. it dies off in the summer. Salvia and sage of any kind are my all time favs. I think I'm a glutton for punishment when it comes to planting flowers not meant for the tropics.Yours are gorgeous!Karrita
I have always admired Russian Sage but have never grown it as I feel it is one flower that needs to be showcased right in order to truly appreciate its beauty and I have just never had the right spot for one. Seeing your pictures makes me want to go out and purchase one right now though! They are lovely.
This one I have tryed so many times... but it just dies ... :o(... You take amazing photos.I did found you thrue My mother´s garden´s blogg.Linda
passing by ur blog. Anyway, really love the flowers here. I am a flower lover too(^^)
I love it. It is like overgrown lavandula. And its fragrance is also so nice...thank you for visiting and taking your time to comment...
Beautiful photos - the light just brings the blue to life.
Hi,This is one of my favorite plants.
Sandy~ it is lovely in the sun!Karrita~Thanks for stopping by! Apparently Russian Sage grows well in zones 4-9. I don't blame you for taking a chance though~ I tend to do that with the plants I really want as well:).Cynthia~ I agree with you. My plants are a little lost behind the daylilies. Linda~ Thank you for your kind comments! From my experience with Russian Sage, you have to wait a little while for it to spring alive so to speak in the spring. It appears as if it has been lost to the elements every year, however I trim it right back and it grows very well.Xjion89~ Thanks for taking the time to comment:).Ewa~ It truly is, and it does have a wonderful fragrance when you get up close. Happymouffetard~ thanks!Philip~ Mine as well:).
Hiya Chey,Lovely plant, subshrub? Never quite sure what that means.It travels in my garden and I leave it wherever it deigns to come up.Still haven't found out if you can actually use it for cooking like regular sage. You know?
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