Russian sage


Russian sage

noun

Definition of RUSSIAN SAGE

:  an upright Asian subshrub (Perovskia atriplicifolia) of the mint family that is grown as an ornamental for its long narrow panicles of violet-blue flowers and grayish-green stems and leaves

First Known Use of RUSSIAN SAGE

1940

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