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    #436841 - 10/25/01 09:00 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

The salvia begins to have some buds. I?m not sure how long I?ll be able to keep the plants outdoor, since it begins to get colder and next week the first night frosts are supposed to come.





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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #436912 - 10/25/01 10:02 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

very nice plants, anno!!! wish i could get some but i think no cutting would resist the trip.. besides the customs. its a bummer that this plant doesnt gives viable seeds...


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #436937 - 10/25/01 10:21 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

hey anno , nice fuk'n plant man!
i could take care of it for ya' if you want over the cold season...;)


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #437058 - 10/26/01 12:20 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Awesome!!! I've never actually seen the flowers of S. Divinorum, hopefully they bloom before it gets too cold. I would love to see pics.


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: jonnyshaggs420]
    #437429 - 10/26/01 07:11 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

hello nice plants build a grow room and put them in it over the winter thats what i do flouresent grow lites worrk great and are enerrgy efficient. i have had mine for 3years now they are 5ft. tall but never any flowers lucky you. peace MJB


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: sputnik2]
    #440914 - 10/29/01 06:36 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

>build a grow room and put them in it over the winter
Thank you for the advice. Belive me, I would, if I had the space.
But I don?t so I?ll cut them back and put them in front of the window(inside), same as I did the last few years.


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #443887 - 10/31/01 10:15 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

beautiful plant...if it seeds, wanna be a bud and allow me to grow my own? hopefully it does flower...good luck


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #444611 - 11/02/01 12:02 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Great looking plants.

I notice that you've got a slight redenning on some of the newer leaves. This is something I've had happen a few times, and it appears to be due to a magnesium deficiency. Try watering the plants with a seaweed fetiliser, as I found this cures it.

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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Phyl]
    #444720 - 11/02/01 02:37 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

>This is something I've had happen a few times, and it
>appears to be due to a magnesium deficiency

Not in this case. This happens also if the temperature falls below 5?C(41?F) which happens here quite frequently the last few days.



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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #445867 - 11/03/01 06:44 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

hey Anno, do you have an update pic of the bloomage?


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: 40oz]
    #446020 - 11/03/01 09:35 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Not much has happened til today.


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #446080 - 11/03/01 10:27 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

aawwww....that is nice......


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: 40oz]
    #446354 - 11/04/01 05:30 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Aaww, the pics of those flowers developing are amazing, congratulations! I would love my plants to flower, from what i've heard it's fairly unlikely that Salvia divinorums will though, is this the first time yours have bloomed? Do you have any idea whether there has been any critical situation which has triggered flowering?
Like, what was the light/dark cycle (what was the intensity of light)? Do you think the plants reached, or needed to reach, a critical size? Any idea of whether pot size, rootbase, rootbound factors like that mattered? What temperature were they at etc...? Thanks.


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: NeiL]
    #446363 - 11/04/01 05:58 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

>Like, what was the light/dark cycle
The autum is coming, the days are getting shorter.

> (what was the intensity of light)?
The plants were outdoor with a few hours of firect sun a day.

>Do you think the plants reached, or needed to reach, a
>critical size? Any idea of whether pot size, rootbase,
>rootbound factors like that mattered?
Well, the plants were quite big for the pot size, so this could be one of the reasons.

>What temperature were they at etc...?
The daytime temperature at the last days was from 10-20?C at day and down to 0?C at night.


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #446428 - 11/04/01 09:47 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

How tall and wide roughly were the plants and what is the pot width/height? The temperatures are quite low and the hours of daylight are decreasing (do you mind me asking where about in the world you are?), i have seen mention of triggering flowering (with artificial lights) by reducing the hours of light (i can't remember from what) and generally i think if plants are in pots that are too small for them they tend to be more likely to flower. Plus the stress of having slightly lower than ideal temperature (you mentioned that it was fast approaching the coldest temperatures you would consider leaving them outside in?), maybe all these factors contributed, you lucky, lucky bastard.
My plants are in pots that are from 1 1/4 feet to 1 3/4 feet wide so i don't know whether they would really ever be in pots that are too small for them. I would fucking love it if they flowered. I don't have the option of keeping mine outdoors. The tinging of the stem purple where the individual flowers themselves sprout from is really impressive. The photos are really good, promise you'll keep making a constant update on the progress?


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: NeiL]
    #447405 - 11/05/01 06:00 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

>How tall and wide roughly were the plants and what is the pot width/height?
The plants were 3 feet tall and the pot is 3 gallon.

> (do you mind me asking where about in the world you are?)
I?m in Graz, Austria.

>(you mentioned that it was fast approaching the coldest
>temperatures you would consider leaving them outside in?)
2 days ago I put them inside, becsue it began freezing outside in the night.




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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #451519 - 11/08/01 11:25 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

Nice!
Salvia divinorum flowers are gorgeous,when you are lucky enough to get'em.Good job! : )
I'm not sure,but I think some of the salvia species do flower because of shorter days and/or cooler weather.Not all salvia species do (for instance salvia greggii will bloom,spring through fall), but apparently S.divinorum does need this to make it flower.
Keep us updated on the flowers, Anno.
They are nice,thick, healthy looking plants you have there. I have yet to grow this species of salvia,but I'm gonna have to give it a try.

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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #468049 - 11/24/01 03:42 AM (15 years, 12 days ago)

Spectacular!
So what is going on with it now? Did the flower die? Did the bud close up? Do you think it will make seeds? I was under the impression that these species did not produce seed and are propagated with cuttings, am I mistaken? If so, then where can I get some seeds?
What did it smell like?
Did you smoke it?
I think thats enough questions...mmm maybe 1 more. What (if any) fertilizer do you use?


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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: anima]
    #468071 - 11/24/01 04:06 AM (15 years, 12 days ago)

The flowers dried and fell off befoore they opened.
I had to put the plant inside because of the frosts outside, and I think the change in humidity, temperature and available light was a bit too much for the flowers.
But the plant is doing ok.

I use an all alround fluid fertiliser on a regular basis. The plant shows you pretty soon if it needs ferilizers, since the leaves turn a pale color as it grows bigger without a fertilizer.



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Re: S. divinorum flowers [Re: Anno]
    #468252 - 11/24/01 11:51 AM (15 years, 12 days ago)

That's odd that the flowers died like that.
Did it frost on them at all,while they were outside?That looks like it could be just frost or freeze damage.If so,you may still get some flowers from the lateral shoots,if you keep them protected from the frost/cold.

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