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Re: Russian sage - invasive?

I have 2 Perovskia (R. sage) and have not had them reseed but do well.  One 
is in  semi shade & the other in full sun.  This is one plant along the 
Botanical Centers river front gardens that survived the flood of 93'.  I believe it 
is a difficult plant to move due to a deep tap root but also why it withstood 
the floods.  The other one that survived well was Baptisia.

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