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propagating perennials: Teucrium hircanicum-Iranian Wood Sage
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Friday, May 22, 2009

Teucrium hircanicum-Iranian Wood Sage

Propagation of Teucrium or Iranian Wood Sage is accomplished in the early spring by digging up the root ball and dividing. Iranian Wood Sage leaves are fragrant and smell like Sage and it blooms from late summer to early fall, either pink or reddish purple in color, which attract butterflies and honeybees, but not deer. It grows to a height of 18"-24", is deciduous, hardy down to Zone 5 and does best in full sun, except for new transplants.

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