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Salvia Divinorum Growing instructions.

Your salvia divinorum cuttings with roots are coming bare-root and will have to be planted in the next couple of days. When you receive them they should be put into individual cups of pure water (distilled is best) to allow the roots to adjust. You will also need some kind of humidity tent at first until they become acclimated to their new home. The easiest way to achieve proper humidity is to simply place a clear plastic bag over the cutting and fan out daily. You may be surprised to see some with far more roots than others, or much longer. It is impossible for me to control the amount of roots on a cutting, some just root better than others. That said, these are all large vigorous cuttings and will grow very well provided they are cared for. Usually rooted cuttings will have roots long enough to plant right away, but if you think they could be longer or that they need more time to adjust feel free to grow them out for a few days in distilled water before planting. An average of 1 inch long roots is a good time, I have not noticed shorter or longer to be a problem. Make sure the soil is very well draining. The plants can slowly be weaned off of the humidity and acclimated to other environments. The best organic fertilizer for salvia is fish emulsion. If organic is not an option start fertilizing very low with a general all purpose fertilizer and try Miracid once in a while since Salvia D is an acid loving plant. B1 nutrients found in Kelp extracts are excellent for general plant health and for combating any stress, especially early in the life of the plant. Please feel free to reply to this email with any questions or concerns, nothing makes me happier than helping others allow this plant to thrive. I know that growing this plant will bring much joy and satisfaction as it has to me. Please be aware that Salvia Divinorum may be considered poisonous and no part of these plants are meant to be consumed in any way.

Best wishes with the plants!




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