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    Reg & Upper: They're seedlings sorry.

    Hey Andy, are you growing yours in full sun? Those look nice. My plantlets look awfully pale. I've just grown mine under a weak florescent fixture, so I assume they will turn red in better light. I got these from CP30 on these forums. I believe I have the red form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    old seedling as in how old?
    I believe they're over a year old. They're all well over an inch tall.

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    They are under sun, but not full sun at all...

    I tried to find a picture of my seedlings.. But this is all I could find. Look to the left in the black watering tray, you can see the redness even in the seedlings. Even though they are tucked back on a second shelf. It is very easy to spot the typicals that sprout up in there (just from having them around ) this plant defiantly grows much slower than typical. (the adult, and the seedlings.)
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    Yes, mine haven't grown like the normal ones at all, even though they have correct humidity & light. They're like 1/4 to 1/5 the size of the typical ones I planted at the same time.

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    hey, will 5$ cover shipping for both the one i mentioned? and how hard are they to grow?

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    Upper, could you drop me a pm? Thanks!

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    Hi Jeff -

    PM'd you.

    Thanks!

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    ok, finally got a picture of the seedling tray...

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