Russian Sage Plants

I Live in Zone 7 and Want to Know if My Russian Sage Plant Survive as I Just Transplanted It This December.


Jeanninetbaker added on December 14, 2017 | Answered

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MichiganDot
Answered on December 14, 2017

You are asking because you know it is an iffy situation. December is fine for planting spring bulbs but awfully late to allow a transplant the time it needs to get roots established. Even in winter, the roots must take up water or dry out and die. Two suggestions: cut it down to 6-12 inches now and water the ground when it gets dry, even in winter.

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