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[[File:RussianSage.JPG|thumb|px300|right|Large Russian sage bush near the credit union]]'''Russian sage''' is [[rangeland]] [[brush]] from areas of central Asia with a similar climate to the [[San Luis Valley]] and the [[High Plains]]. Deer do not eat it, but it is brushy and spreads, not rapidly, but the clumps grow and it can reseed with out being irrigated. More or less a weed from another place.
 
[[File:RussianSage.JPG|thumb|px300|right|Large Russian sage bush near the credit union]]'''Russian sage''' is [[rangeland]] [[brush]] from areas of central Asia with a similar climate to the [[San Luis Valley]] and the [[High Plains]]. Deer do not eat it, but it is brushy and spreads, not rapidly, but the clumps grow and it can reseed with out being irrigated. More or less a weed from another place.
  
[[File:Bluesage.jpg|thumb|300px|right|An attractive cultivar of Russian sage]]
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[[File:Bluesage.JPG|thumb|300px|right|An attractive cultivar of Russian sage]]
 
There are some attractive cultivars such as the planting at the south entrance to the Post office.
 
There are some attractive cultivars such as the planting at the south entrance to the Post office.
  

Revision as of 04:17, 9 July 2017

Large Russian sage bush near the credit union
Russian sage is rangeland brush from areas of central Asia with a similar climate to the San Luis Valley and the High Plains. Deer do not eat it, but it is brushy and spreads, not rapidly, but the clumps grow and it can reseed with out being irrigated. More or less a weed from another place.
An attractive cultivar of Russian sage

There are some attractive cultivars such as the planting at the south entrance to the Post office.

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