This compact form of Russian Sage is the perfect addition to hot, dry garden spaces offering a great display of summer color and an ironclad constitution that lets it thrive in the hottest landscape spots. Even better, its interwoven branches keep this plant solid and upright even after a summer downpour. Long-lasting violet-blue flowers coat the flower spikes that rise above this plant's grey-green foliage in mid-summer. A pollinator magnet!
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Prefers average soil, good drainage and full sun. Cut back to 8 inches in spring. Water regularly until established; drought tolerant thereafter. Feed with an organic fertilizer in spring.