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Russian Sage

Blooms summer to midfall. Russian sage was the Perennial Plant of the Year in 1995 and is actually from the mountains of central Asia rather than Russia. It is deer resistant, long-lived and easy to grow in full sun. The silvery leaves and tiny pale blue flowers attract hummingbirds. 'Lacey Blue' and 'Little Spire' are shorter and more compact varieties.

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