since a while, i'm proud owner of a sab damiana life plant.
i was told that they, suffer a bit over winter, but i haven't had to overwinter them yet, so any cultivation hints would be wellcomed...
here is what i think to have observed so far.
they seem to need quite a lot of direct sunlight, and a very freedraining medium.
3 node cuttings strike well, if conditions are favorable. if you use the pet bottle humidety dome methode, i would leave the cap off, so that there is not too much humidety, but i would use the mister once a day, straight thru the opening of the bottle.
comparing the smoke of the imported damiana herb (from long ago memory), to the "homegrown" damiana, i think the homegrown herb was better.
turnera diffusa is a very lovly plant, and just looking at her fills me with peace, but allthough a petit plant, it can put on display quite a good growth rate.
pic's of my plants are in the making....
Edited by planthelper, 01 July 2012 - 12:35 PM.