(P.P.20845) The shortest Russian Sage to date with the largest flowers. A true dwarf selection growing 12 to 18 inches tall, about one-half the size of other varieties. The compact mounds are filled with silver stems lined with gray-green foliage, the dense panicles of large, lavender-blue flowers displayed in profusion from midsummer to frost. Drought tolerant and low maintenance. Simply cut back each spring. Locate in full sun.
Zone: 4-9 Light: Height: 12" to 18" Width: 24" to 30" Spacing: 24" State Restrictions: AK;AZ;CA;HI;ID
Flower Color: Purple Foliage Color: Green Disease Resistant: No Bloom Time: July-September Common Name: Size Shipped: 3 inch pot