somanova is offering Salvia (Salvia divinorum) Plant
|Botanical name||Salvia divinorum|
|Date of offer||May 30, 2005 at 2:39pm|
|Edited||May 30, 2005 at 3:12pm|
Small clone in peat pot. Organically grown. Between three and six inches tall. Not acclimitized to lower humidity enviornments. You will need to be ready with mist tent.
4 replies (Reply to this offer)
|derrickd posted March 26, 2013 at 11:44 pm
Hello, I found this old ad and was wondering if you were still offering cuttings. I would love to have one if you are. I can pay through paypal or your preferred method. Please let me know! Thanks, Derrick
|myrick676 posted December 07, 2007 at 1:25 am
I would like to trade with you on this plant. Please let me know what type of plants you would like to trade. Thanks. myrick676
|somanova posted June 12, 2005 at 7:29 pm
I have plants as long the offer's up. When I reach the limit of what I can afford to distribute I'll take it down until my supply is replenished. This means you're in queue and will get one. The strain I'm growing is the standard "Hoffman & Wasson", which I'm given to understand is a misnomer; this common cultivar was actually gifted to the north by the curandera Maria Sabina and an anthropologist whose name I can't remember. I can really offer you two types of potted clones: young ones with only two or so nodes and thinner stems, or slightly older ones with thick woody stems and at least three nodes. The latter are topped, will eventually grow two separate top stems, and will be much likelier to take to the ordeal of acclimation, if you want to grow them outdoors right away (although I recommend cloning a few for back up before you plant outside). I send a small flyer with the plants discussing how to do this. I don't charge for the plants, but ask that you reimburse me for the shipping cost ($10 for postage and packing materials). Unfortunately I can't ship to Missouri as divinorum has been banned there. That statute might not withstand a legal challenge, but I have no desire to become an interstate commerce test case. Send your address to monet at avalon dot net with ââ‚¬Å“World Plant Exchangeââ‚¬Â in the subject line and I'll inform you when I'm ready to send. I use USPS Priority Mail. Be sure to mention whether you want a young clone or a topped, older clone for outdoor planting.
|greatbasin posted June 12, 2005 at 9:47 am
Are you still offering these plants and how much or what do you want for them. THanks Craig