MaryannDige
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Russian Sage wilting

I divided my russian sage recently, just like I was supposed to, it was end of may, gut this is still spring in the poconos of pennsylvania. Now my plants look a bit wilted and I am worried, do you think they will take.

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GardeningCook
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Re: Russian Sage wilting

I agree that patience is your best bet right now. Newly divided plants frequently look a bit scruffy/dicey for awhile until they reestablish themselves. And Russian Sage is a pretty tough customer, so should come back fine.
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Re: Russian Sage wilting

sharing a little transplanting info on 'perovskite' I just love the fragrance of these plants..
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/transplant ... 37980.html

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