My Account Login Login Email Password Keep me logged in Choosing "Keep me logged in" reduces the number of times you're asked to sign in on this device. To keep your account secure, use this option only on your personal devices. Caps Lock is on Login Forgot your password? Don't have an account? Register here Hello, Guest Login 0 Your Shopping Cart Your cart is empty. You are here Flowers by the Sea / Views from the Garden / Rootbound Salvias: Assessment & Treatment... Salvias A to Z The COOL Collection FBTS Introductions Elk Rainbow Sages Easy to Grow Plants Interspecific Hybrids Special Salvia Groups Blue Tag Xeric Plants Salvias by Zone Salvias by Color Salvias by Season Salvias by Culture Salvias by Use Salvias by Origin Spring Limited Availability Special Order Plants Hummingbird Plants Butterfly Plants Bee Plants Fuchsias Cuphea Agastache Plectranthus Everything Else Salvia Companions FBTS Apparel Rootbound Salvias: Assessment & Treatment First posted on Sep 11, 2014 Edited Jul 17, 2018 05:00 PM 1 Comments Krysiulek • 2 years ago Dear Sir, Thank you very much for your helpful and reassuring video! Having previously been castigated by a friend who likes to garden that I killed the salvias I got at the end of the season last year (by keeping them in their pots over the winter), I now feel much better after watching your video. After I put them in the ground yesterday, having broken up the "somewhat rebound" root balls, I thought maybe I did the wrong thing, after he told me I killed them. Today you showed me with your gardening fork that I could have been even more aggressive in my rejuvenating efforts!Thanks again!Greetings from up the coast on Puget Sound from k 0 0 Add Comment Question?