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Or, if the pot is big enough, keep it as a potted plant.

Mar 01, If you opt for salvia cutting propagation in water, just put the cuttings in a vase and add a few inches (8 cm.) of water. After a few weeks, you’ll see roots growing. When rooting salvia cuttings in soil, dip the cut end in rooting hormone, then plant it in moist potting medium. One good medium to try is a 70/30 mix of perlite/vermiculite Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. At treeleaning.buzz you can will find live plants such as psychotria viridis chacruna, Banisteriopsis caapi cielo, sinicuichi, calea, zacatechichi dream herb, salvia, divinorum, trichocereus pachanoi san pedro cactus, hawaiian baby woodrose to name a few.

Shipped direct to your door FREE SHIPPING. Many sizes to choose from. We also offer hydroponics. Nov 11, How to Propagate Salvia. Salvia is commonly called sage and has more than species. Almost cultivars are hardy in U.S.

Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 8 and 9.

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Salvia may be. Propagating Salvia. For the adventurous gardener, salvia cuttings can be taken in the spring or early fall.

Some salvias often self-propagate, so you might find seedlings you can use in other parts of your landscape! Before flower buds have developed, take cuttings (remove stems) from vegetative (non-flowering) branches that are about 3 inches Plant Type: Flower. Apr 14, Salvia cuttings root very reliably and that’s a really good thing since they look so great planted in a large mass of plants. Use the cuttings to fill out beds, line border gardens, or share with friends.

Salvia also can be a very good starter plant to learn about plant propagation if you are just beginning. Most salvia will root very easily Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Jun 21, Salvia cuttings can be taken in April, August or September. Remove non-flowering stems that are about 8cm long.

Remove the lower leaves and trim each cutting just below a node. Insert cuttings into a pot of pre-watered cutting compost. Cover the pot with a clear plastic bag – try to avoid the bag touching the foliage.

Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha) Zones: Height/Spread: 3 to 4 feet tall, 4 to 6 feet wide Bloom Time: August to frost Bloom Color: Purple Exposure: Full sun, will tolerate some afternoon shade Water: Regular watering, but will tolerate.