Salvia divinorum ‘Blosser’
‘Blosser’ is also known as the clone ‘Palatable’. Collected from Huautla de Jiménez in the Sierra Mazateca, in 1991 by anthropologist Bret Blosser. Like my new seed raised plants, this is also a good grower.
Salvia divinorum ‘Survivor’
This is a clone of a seed raised plant from our own collection. This one was named ‘Survivor’ as it fell as a young plant from about 4ft. The main stem snapped and it lost many of it’s leaves, however it grew back rather fast and strong which earned it it’s name.
Salvia divinorum ‘Underdog’
This is a clone of a seed raised plant from our own collection. Out of all the ones we germinated this took the longest. Once it finally popped to took a long time to fully emerge out of its shell. I was doubtful if this one would live or not as it seemed rather slow, however once it got established its growth rate increased incredibly and it became a fantastic grower, overtaking some of my other plants!
To read more about the Salvia divinorum plants I grew from seed please read my blog, Salvia divinorum seed project.