I just placed my second order of salvias as I was just so impreseed with the customer service, the fast delivery and the quality of the products and the packaging with the first order. I am a novice gardener and found the salvias a pleasant experience. All seven from the first order are doing very well in (transplanted) clay pots and I expect the second order to do the same. Thank you for your excellent customer service and product.
Suzanne S Kusaba
I just love the Divine Sages from FBTS - great quality and prince. The Luna variety is my favorite and I have just ordered my second one! Thank you for carrying this amazing entheogen from the Salvia family.
Category:Everything Salvias Posted: Apr 26, 2012 22:27:00
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Synopsis: Value for one's dollar is always something that influences where one buys and how much they spend. We believe our plants represent a very good value. Here are some of the reasons.
Vikki and I are gardeners. We share the same love of plants that our customers do. Hey, we visited nurseries during our honeymoon! Just think of us as "professional" plant nerds.
So we put a great deal of attention into our growing. We keep records, follow schedules and do some old fashioned things now somewhat rare in modern, cut-costs-no-matter-what nurseries.
For one thing, we pinch. Pinching a newly rooted cutting creates a branched plant, the sort of plant you would select out of a group given the chance. In some cases we pinch twice, to make for a truly well branched plant.
Here is the difference:
This is a Salvia guarantica 'Omaha Gold', after the first pinch. We generally pinch these twice to give a nice, bushy plant.
Here is an unpinched example. We do not ship plants like this
It takes a great deal more time and attention to produce plants like thse. But they will grow well. So for us, its worth the effort. We believe this is what "value" is all about. Please let us know what you think.
Here is a picture of a bench of our stock, ready to ship.