Natives of Texas -- Russian Sage

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Russian Sage
Perropskiu atriplicifolia

Although not a Texas native, this plant is deer resistant and has a delicate finely cut foliage that makes a nice contrast in the garden.  It has blue spike flowers and from mid-summer until mid-fall.  It takes full sun and can grow up to 3 or 4 feet tall and about 2 feet wide.

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