Now that it’s October, some plants have lost their luster. Some look tired and ragged. Add in the extra moisture from the spring rains, and some plants simply flop.
Russian sage can be the poster child for floppy plants in rainy years. If you’ve got floppy Russian sage, you may want to watch this video in which I explain why it flops in the first place, and what to about it. I also cover whether you should cut floppy Russian sage back in the fall or spring.
Enjoy this beautiful fall weather we’re having!