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Thread: Sphagnum moss grows too tall.

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    These little fellows don't appear to have a problem.



    There's just as many in here too and they're healthy.



    Are you sure your plants have a problem?
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    Lol @ Fred

    I can't see a single Darlintonia in that second pic. You sure they haven't been smothered?

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    Very sure
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    I have red that never turns red no matter how strong the light...grrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by KATastrophe View Post
    I have red that never turns red no matter how strong the light...grrr
    Mine took a while. The moss in the bog garden is still green, but under bright flourescent lighting most of it turned red after 7 months.

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