White sage can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Its seeds are always there to ask for a lot of light to germinate robustly so they are sprinkled over the soil surface, without any further soil cover over them.
The white sage plants can be started in spring. It should be given well-drained, sandy soil, and water for growth. They are historically famous for being extremely drought tolerant, so even after becoming an adult plant, they require little or no water at all to survive.
For indoor plants, once they form true leaves, they can be transplanted to the garden beds to give them space to flourish. This transplantation should be carried out in fall and after the deed, the soil is watered immensely for setting the plant in the soil.
White sage seeds take around 14 to 21 days to germinate. Soon the white sage sends out sprouts that grow up and form true leaves. The greyish-green leaves later turn white.
White sage undergoes inflorescence in the summer season. The elegant white flowers are truly loved by bumblebees, carpenter bees, and hummingbirds where they perform its pollination.
After the pollination and fertilization, a light brown fruit forms that possess seed that can be used for further sprinkling and propagation of white sage production.