Re: Salvia Divinorum Seeds
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Posted by Andrew Diamond on August 08, 2003 at 05:01:24:
In Reply to: Re: Salvia Divinorum Seeds posted by stud on May 07, 2003 at 15:54:23:
I thought I posted a reply on here previously, apparantly it didn't take. Anyhow, I found a site that does sell seeds and clippings, the seeds are about 100 american dollars for like 5 seeds (a big fat OUCH!), and the clippings are about 50 american dollars for a small clipping and come shipped with root growth stimulators and a free tube of extract for your personal use. Web site address is:
When I checked the site, they were out of stock on the seeds. Best bet, get the frickin' clippings. Better to spend 50 bucks knowing that it's already growing then spend 100 bucks and end up with a couple of dried shriveled seeds that just sit there and do nothing. You can always clip the plant when it grows and grow another, yeah. There's my advice.
: Salvia Diviorum actually does produce viable seeds. Seeds produced from a Hawian strain are avaliable occasionaly but are in extremely limited supply. About 1 in 3 seeds from this strain will germinate and the potential for genetically new plants is very high once I find out the url for the site that sells these seeds I will post a followup.
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