Sage Advice Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container

Sage Advice Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container
Sage Advice Russian Sage General Information Sage Advice Russian Sage is a delightful perennial plant. It is moderate in size, reaching to 36 inches tall. This plant will have a nice, upright form, with great ornamental appeal. Sage Advice Russian Sage will look great in a variety of landscaping areas. The leaves will grow densely [...]

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Crazy Blue Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container

Crazy Blue Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container
Crazy Blue Russian Sage General Information  Crazy Blue Russian Sage is a delightful perennial plant. This is a size controlled Russian Sage, reaching 18 inches tall. It will stay upright better than many Russian Sage, which can tend to flop a bit. The size and ornamental appeal make this plant perfect for a variety of [...]

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Denim ‘n Lace Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container

Denim ‘n Lace Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container
Denim ‘n Lace Sage General Information Denim ‘n Lace Sage is a wonderful moderate sized plant that is great for a splash of color anywhere in your landscape.  Strong, shorter stems make this an upright growing plant.  The fragrant, airy foliage has a light gray to blue color.  The blue to purple flowers grow profusely [...]

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Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container

Russian Sage – 1 Gallon Container
Russian Sage General Information Clouds of  lavender-blue flowers appear late summer to fall. These aromatic flowers grow in clusters on the tall, airy spikes.  It is a vigorous, heat loving plant. Use in borders, large containers or in mass plantings. 1995 Perennial Plant of the Year. Great for cut or dried flower arrangements. Add a [...]

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Planting for Pollinators – June and July

Planting for Pollinators – June and July

What to plant, what to plant? If you are preparing for a succession crop of flowers for pollinators, then June and July might be your biggest months. There are a plethora of plants to pick from. As we have discussed before, pollinators can include bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, bugs, ant, wasps. hummingbirds, and even […]

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Purple Flowers of the Mint Family

Purple Flowers of the Mint Family

Purple flowers are very popular among insect pollinators. Especially those of the mint family. The 5 plants from the mint family that are landscape and garden favorites are as follows: hummingbird mint (agastache species), Catmint (Nepeta species), Perennial Salvia (Salvia species), Russian Sage (Salvia yangii), and Lavender (Lavendula species). Looking closely at the flowers and […]

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Watch Out For That Plant! Aggressive Plants in the Garden

Watch Out For That Plant! Aggressive Plants in the Garden

Gardeners and plantsmen alike have a knack for getting plants in our gardens to grow well, sometimes too well. We all have those plants that looked so great at first-blooming in their pots and looking so contained. Then we set them in our garden beds, expecting them to stay where planted, only to find them […]

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May Tips & Tricks

May Tips & Tricks

Lawn • Apply slow release nitrogen fertilizer to bluegrass and tall fescue to promote summer growth if watering during the summer. Lower maintenance lawns skip this application. If there are broadleaf weeds you can spot treat with a spray or use a fertilizer that includes a weed killer. Rain or irrigation within 24 hours of […]

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