Growing Denim N’ Lace Russian Sage In Your Garden

In this post, I share some fun facts about Denim N’ Lace Russian Sage that is growing in my home garden.  I will share a video and images with hopes that you will consider this plant for your home garden.

Denim N’ Lace in a GardenChat

What a fun time it is to walk my garden and share what is really growing.  In the video featured on this page, I share my landscape along the driveway.  Take a close look at the Denim N’Lace Russian Sage I have been growing for about 2 years now.  You will see what it looks like after a downpour.  You will also be able to compare it to the traditional Russian Sage.

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Denim N’ Lace Information

puppy in landscape

There are many reasons I recommend this plant for most home gardens. If you have a dry location that has lots of sun and want a pollinator loving addition – THIS IS YOUR PLANT! Below are a few facts about the plant that make it a win-win in most any garden:

  • Deer resistance is perhaps the biggest selling point in my garden.
  • An upright growing plant that reaches about 28″ tall
  • Full sun and loves dry landscape areas once established
  • Beautiful blue blooms from early July to hard frost.
  • Both the flowers and the plant’s leaves are fragrant.
  • Prune away any remaining old foliage in early spring – super-low maintenance.
  • Pet tolerant! 

I have my pup Oliver in this photo just because his ball has landed in this plant a billion times and you can’t even tell! 


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Let’s Connect

Do you grow Russian Sage or hope to in the near future.  Maybe my post has inspired you to try some in your home garden. I would love to hear from you so be sure to comment on the post.  I love connecting with you all so don’t be afraid to tell me what you really think about this plant.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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