The Q&A Archives: Smaller Russian Sage

Question: I need to move my Russian sage plants from around my porch. They get too big and cover all of the other plants. Are there smaller versions of it or something similar? I like the color and scent.

Answer: You're in luck! There's a dwarf Russian Sage called 'Little Spire'. Just 24 inches tall and 20 to 24 inches wide, Little Spire's unusual foliage color and cool lavender-blue blooms add a soothing note to the sunny midsummer garden. It is superb in hot, humid areas if given good drainage around the crown, and quite drought-tolerant once established in the garden.

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