Russian sage is a fabulous garden plant. It gets so big, it’s almost like an airy shrub. Very delicate with lovely purple spires of flowers.
Again, Sedum Autumn Joy is the star of my fall garden. I can’t get enough of it. Luckily it’s really easy to propagate by dividing. When one clump gets too big, we just divide it up in early spring, keep it well watered, and boom, you have lots of sedum autumn joy.
I believe that this is dried hyssop. Whatever it is I like it’s deep brown color in the fall garden.
I don’t know what this plant is. I bought and planted it before I started recording things in my Evernote Garden Journal – does anyone have any ideas? I love how delicate it is.
How about you what’s in your garden this week?
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