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    D. mad... is an unusual CP. It can look dead and still have life in it. I see a bit of green in each leaf. Great job with saving them!

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    Don't throw out what looks like a dead plant in a pot neither. Things like Regia's and Ceph's and Capes have an ability to ressurect themselves when you improve the conditions.
    When I was moving all over the place I had a couple plants look like they were goners. Now they're some of the best plants in my collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quogue View Post
    Don't throw out what looks like a dead plant in a pot neither. Things like Regia's and Ceph's and Capes have an ability to ressurect themselves when you improve the conditions.
    When I was moving all over the place I had a couple plants look like they were goners. Now they're some of the best plants in my collection.

    That's very good to know and good advice for us newbs. THANKS!
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