The Q&A Archives: wintering over tri color sage plant

Question: We have a tri color sage plant in a flower pot that never bloomed we want to know if we should bring it in our sunroom for the winter or leave it outside? We live in the st,louis missouri area. What is the best thing to do next spring to make it bloom?
Thank you Dave Barbier

Answer: Tricolor sage is tender enough that it will need to be in a bright, airy indoor room during the winter months. If you take it back outdoors in the spring, set it in a sunny place and withhold fertilizer, it should bloom for you next summer.

Enjoy your garden!

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