PLANT CARE ( Salvia Divinorum | Salvia Plant | Sage Of The Diviners )
|The ideal temperature range for the Salvia Divinorum plant is about 15–27 °C (60–80 °F).
|This plant can grow successfully in a spot that boasts partial shade, but ultimately, it will grow better the more sun it gets.
|The Sage of the Diviners loves humidity! Staying at or above 60%.
|Sage of the Diviners plants like consistently moist soil but should not be overwatered, or their roots will rot.
Salvia Divinorum | Salvia | Sage Of The Diviners is a member of the mint family. The care of Salvia divinorum plants is moderate, with most growing varieties. Requirements with watering, as with growing, vary among the different salvia plants, but most prefer to dry out between waterings to ½ inch (1.5 cm.) deep. Additionally, fertilization with a time-release plant food encourages growth and more flowering spikes. However, Sage of the Diviners flowers on spiky racemes or panicles rising above the plant. When blooms are spent, remove these spikes to encourage additional flowering. If the Salvia Divinorum plant begins to look tired or overgrown by midsummer,. You can also remove one-third of the plant. Sage of the Diviners plants will regrow and reward you with blooms that last until autumn.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is different from the real plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in, for example, size, number of flowers, and number of branches. The plant will be in a plastic pot, not the one shown in the picture.