cutting back salvia - Knowledgebase Question

Waggaman, LA
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Question by dee518
March 5, 2006
I have a woody salvia that has deep blue petals and a


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Answer from NGA
March 5, 2006
Dianne,

You can cut it back as far as you like. If it has new growth on it then cut that off to make cuttings as you mentioned. If no new growth has appeared yet, wait until it does. I suggest not cutting the overall plant back more than to about 4-6 inches high right after you transplant it. It should resprout in a few weeks.

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