overwintering salvia subrotunda
I did not expect this to happen, so I am sharing a happy experience. My salvia subrotunda plants dropped seed and I had quite a few seedlings coming up - in October. I did not want them all to die, so I dug them up, brought them in the house, and put them in our "Florida room," which has a lot of windows but is not really that sunny (too many trees). It is also heated by a wood stove, so the temperature is variable, but never below freezing.
My plants are thriving, and two are blooming. They are not nearly as tall as the ones that were outside, but I expected them to hate being in this indoor environment. I plan to put them out in the yard as soon as there is no danger of them freezing.