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Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Blue Spire’ PPAF   

Small, lavender blue flowers bloom on 2-3’ tall spikes July-Sept. Fragrant, finely dissected, grayish green foliage. Larger flower-heads than most other russian sage. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. 

    Common Name:Russian Sage
    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes

About Perovskia: Perovskia adds a feeling of lightness and airiness to the garden. Coarsely toothed, gray-green foliage shows off light violet-blue flowers in mid to late summer that can persist for up to 15 weeks. Use in the mid to back of garden. Once established, these plants thrive in hot, dry locations with very little moisture.