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Will pineapple sage survive winter?
Last Updated: 8th February, 2020
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Similarly, you may ask, should you cut back pineapple sage?
Cut pineapple sage down to a few inches above the ground after the blooming period ends in late fall or early winter. This pruning helps the shrub grow back thicker and lusher each year.
Furthermore, can pineapple sage be grown in a container? Pineapple sage also adapts well to containers, but use a large pot—at least 12 inches (bigger is even better). Water requirements: Keep soil moist after planting until plants are well-rooted. Common issues: Plants grow large (3 feet tall and wide) and require ample elbow room.
Just so, how do you store pineapple sage?
Storage Tips: Wash and dry fresh pineapple sage when you bring it home from the store, then wrap in slightly dampened paper towels and store in a clear plastic bag in the refrigerator.
Can you transplant pineapple sage?
Pineapple sage is primarily used fresh. Cuttings are easy to root if you want more plants, or would like to keep a plant indoors for replanting in spring.