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Posted: Oct/29/2006 11:36 PM PST
I was wondering if I can keep them containered till Spring, I wanted to (trans)plant them to a place I have Annual Grasses, corn, and other plants, I plan On taking out come spring.
They are in the small 1gal containers.:carrot: If I can keep them in the post should I put them under the soil line or put in the garage or inside ? Or must I just plant them and move them come Spring?
Oh now that Im thinking of it can I transplant them in Spring into a large pot? That would look real nice,
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Posted: Oct/30/2006 2:21 AM PST
Lowes has Russian Sage for .50cents and they are the pink ones! YIPPY!
Posted: Oct/30/2006 8:42 PM PST
Thank You Very Much Ron!
I researched it for a while last ight till my eyes were going to fall out and couldnt find your answer!
Location: Marysville, OH Zone 5
Posted: Oct/31/2006 12:28 AM PST
pink russian sage? really?
Posted: Oct/31/2006 2:58 AM PST
With all my fall bargains, I dig a trench in a protected spot and place the pots in the trench and fill it in. I've had excellent results this way.
Posted: Oct/31/2006 1:28 PM PST
Originally posted by strmywthr3pink russian sage? really?
Well after planning and planting a few of the very many that I bought I went to put the marker in the soil so I can remember my plan come spring but read the whole tag,even the part that was way down in the soil when it was in the pot.....
Pale Purple blooms
The giant marker had a PICTURE OF PINK BLOOMS
Oh well , my lesson for yesterday...DONT LOOK AT THE PICTURE!!!*LOL
READ THE WHOLE TAG!!!
Sorry ,they are pale purple blooms,whatever that means) I am glad however that I didnt try to convice you they were PINK!!! , then see the Pale Purple Bloom writting.....
Probably the same color I have Bummer..
But hey there is good news....They do come in various colors! I found it.. Im packed busy now but Ill try to post it this afternoon, if I can find it again.
Posted: Oct/31/2006 10:31 PM PST
Have but a second.. Here ya go they claim there is 7 !
'Blue Haze' has paler blue flowers and nearly entire leaves (not finely cut).
'Blue Spire' is an upright form with deeply lobed leaves. It reaches a height of 3 feet. The deep purple flowers are borne on larger panicles.
'Filigran' is an introduction from Germany's Ernst Pagels. This variety has finer, more dissected foliage than the species, giving the plant an almost lacy appearance. The bright blue flowers are borne all summer on upright 2-3 foot spikes.
'Little Spire' is more compact, growing only to about 2 feet tall.
'Longin' has stiff stems, for a more upright, formal growth habit.
Hope mine is the Longin I did a search and BOY OH BOY it is Purrittyyy.