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Oct 15, Regarding propagating the plants from the stems removed during pruning, I doubt that the Spanish broom will produce new plants for you. However, Russian sage and catmint may grow roots from the cut stems if the cut base is treated with rooting hormones and the plants are kept in a greenhouse or other humid location while the roots form.



Many gardeners choose to leave this plant standing just as it is during the winter.



Nov 16, Now that we know the right way to prune Russian Sage, I’ll let you in on a little secret. This plant is extremely forgiving; most landscapers on the island use the “Hair Cut” method of pruning.

Just gather up the twigs in one hand and prune them all off evenly with the other. Or, if you prefer, take to them with your hedge trimmers!Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.



Russian sage is a low-maintenance, drought-tolerant shrub, making it a great choice for xeriscaping.



Cut your Russian sage back to about 4 inches above the ground. If your plants tend to flop during the summer you can cut them a second time.





Prune the plants back halfway once they reach 12 inches. Those considering adding Russian sage to their gardens may want to try Little Spires, a shorter (four foot tall) cultivar that is less prone to.

1 Prune your Russian sage plant in early spring before new growth emerges, about six weeks after the last predicted frost date for your region. This will rejuvenate the plant, maintain a manageable.





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