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Grow Indoor or Outdoor?

Posted by gorlax Az (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 26, 08 at 10:28

Hello! I am starting my sage collection and finally was able to purchase a cutting of the rare Salvia divinorum. Now I read that Salvia divinorum does well as a house plant as well as in the garden. My garden now consists of probably over 20 different species. Almost all of them are in a dormant type growth straight because of the cold we have been having. I read that Salvia divinorum is a semi-tropical and should be kept in warmer conditions. I had a huge clay pot probably 3 feet high and 2 feet wide waiting for my tiny plant but then decided to try it as a house plant. I have a few questions on what most would recommend doing. Plant outdoors in cold but roots will have plenty of space in the container or plant indoors with a smaller pot probably 1- 1 half feet and warmer conditions + controlled humidity!
The choice is hard for me. I would love for my plant to flourish and sometimes that's hard to do indoors so someone please give me some advise!!


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RE: Grow Indoor or Outdoor?

  • Posted by dicot Los Angeles (My Page) on
    Thu, Feb 7, 08 at 1:09

I'm replying just because this has been stuck at the top of the page for 2 weeks. Most people here don't want get into discussing S. divinorum, but are happy to discuss all the other sages. Sorry.


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RE: Grow Indoor or Outdoor?

I'd grow it outdoors as much of the time as possible. Most sages will grow far better outdoors than in, even if given ideal indoor conditions. I'd rather have to move it indoors for the winter and have it grow well outside, than keep it indoors all the time. I have found this sage very reluctant to bloom and not particularly easy to grow.


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