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|Posted on Monday, June 02, 2003 - 10:44 pm:||
i have 3 salvia divinorum plants, they look like this. . . they are the full rooted ones, i put them in those pots 2 days after i got them, and it's been a week since then. the weather around here (pennsylvania) is going to be in the 50's or 60's during the daytime this week, and the nights will be in the 40's. it's about 7:00 PM right now and i was thinking about planting them outside near a swamp that has some shade. Does anyone reject this idea or am i good to go???
|Posted on Tuesday, June 03, 2003 - 12:06 am:||
swamps in general aren't great places for most plants, the soil is often too heavy, poorly drained, excessively wet, and acidic.
plus, they'll die during winter.
if it were me i'd leave them in pots/containers.
|Posted on Tuesday, June 03, 2003 - 01:23 pm:||
well i must plant at least one outside, just to see if it would do better. but im gonna wait untill it gets warmer.
|Posted on Wednesday, June 04, 2003 - 07:35 am:||
Does the non-potent salvia (i forget the real name) look alot different from salvia divinorum? Where could i find a pic of the non-potent plant?
|Posted on Wednesday, June 04, 2003 - 10:14 am:||
Ordinary salvia (Salvia officianalis) is the common kitchen herb, sage. Here is a link to a photo of the live plant: