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‘Denim ‘n Lace’ doesn’t get too tall, has stronger stems and a more upright habit than most older varieties. Lacy-like, bright sky blue flowers are held on amethyst calyxes. Its calyxes are spaced very close together to give the flowers a very full look. The colorful calyxes make it look like it is still in bloom even when it is past peak. You’ll have great color nearly all season long.

As long as you plant this in full sun, you can forget about it – ‘Denim ‘n Lace’ is drought tolerant and thrives on neglect!

A perfect perennial for hot, dry climates and also exceptionally cold hardy. Perovskia can be used in a wide variety of environments with little attention through the season - a reason they have long been a staple of landscapers. Expect these plants to be a little later to emerge in spring, but also to offer color well into fall.

 

The ideal plant for hot, dry climates! Russian Sage is classified as a subshrub or woody perennial. It performs very well in full sun and any well-drained soil. Average to dry moisture levels are ideal, and few pests bother this plant. If pruning is necessary, do so in Spring when new growth appears. Prune back to just above the lowest bud.

 

From Walters Gardens Website

Perovskia atrip. 'Denim 'n Lace'

SKU: 4641339051961
$10.95Price
  • Common Name Russian Sage
    Plant Type Woody Perennial
    Zone 4-9
    Height 28-32"
    Spread 34-38"
    Growth Habit Upright, Clumping
    Growth Rate Medium
    Bloom Time

    Midsummer

    Late Summer

    Early Fall

    Mid Fall

    Light
    Requirement     

    Full Sun (>6 hrs. Direct Sun)

    Water Needs

    Low Water Needs

    Average Water Needs

    Soil Quality

    Poor Soil Quality

    Average Soil Quality

    Fertile Soil Quality

    Animal
    Resistance
    Deer
    Tolerance

    Drought Tolerant

    Salt Tolerant

    Uses

    Border Plant

    Cut Flower

    Cut Foliage

    Dried Flower

    Easy To Grow

    Fragrant Flowers

    Fragrant Foliage

    Mass Planting

    Origin

    Not Native to North America

    Attracts Wings:        

    Attracts Butterflies   

    Attracts Hummingbirds               

    Pollinators             

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