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sooty5sooty5 Posts: 107

I have taken cuttings of some salvias and they have rooted well and are currently in pots outside . Will they survive if i plant them out soon , i haven't got a green house , just a lean -to ( mini cold frame) Thanks

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  • sooty5sooty5 Posts: 107

    By the way i live near Bristol so most winters are not too bad 

  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 15,873

    It depends on what salvias they are. Some are hardier than others.  Rooted cuttings I would keep in a cold frame over winter to give them some protection, even if they are the hardy type. Cuttings of Amistad would need to be kept frost free.

    You don't stop doing new things because you get old, you get old because you stop doing new things. <3
  • sooty5sooty5 Posts: 107

    Thank you Verdun and fidgetbones , i will put them in the cold frame and hope . 

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