White Sage Seeds

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White sage, also known as Salvia apiana, is a herbaceous plant native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. It is a traditional medicinal and ceremonial plant for many Indigenous peoples of North America. White sage has long, silvery leaves and produces small, white flowers. Its leaves are commonly burned as smudge sticks in spiritual and cleansing ceremonies to purify the mind, body, and environment. The smoke is believed to clear negative energy and promote healing and positive energy. White sage has a strong, aromatic scent and is also used in traditional herbal remedies for respiratory and digestive issues.

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White sage prefers well-drained soil with a pH between 6.5 and 7.5. It is best to use a potting mix specifically formulated for cacti and succulents.

White sage seeds require warm temperatures to germinate, around 70-80°F (21-27°C). Seeds can be started indoors or outdoors, depending on the climate.

White sage seeds require plenty of sunlight to germinate, so it is recommended to place the seeds in a sunny spot.

It is important not to overwater white sage seeds, as this can cause root rot. It is best to water them lightly and let the soil dry out between watering.

When the seedlings have grown a few inches tall and have several leaves, they can be transplanted to their permanent location.

White sage is a slow-growing plant, so it may take several years before it is large enough to harvest for smudging purposes. It is important to ensure that white sage is ethically harvested or grown sustainably to protect the plant’s populations in the wild.

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