Russian Sage - Knowledgebase Question

London, OH
Question by mccammop
June 16, 2005
Once my Russian Sage starts blooming, do I need to trim or deadhead in order to keep it blooming all summer or can I let it go on it's own?

Answer from NGA
June 16, 2005


In my experience it is not necessary to deadhead this plant, the blooms last a long time and it stays tidy looking. It is more of a shrub than a perennial in many ways. Enjoy!

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