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Thread: What happen to my Dana's Delight , please

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    Mine did too, but in my experience, it is more common for them to do that if they are warmer than usual. It has been a very Global Warmed mild winter for us here. Has hardly even rained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Mine did too, but in my experience, it is more common for them to do that if they are warmer than usual. It has been a very Global Warmed mild winter for us here. Has hardly even rained.
    Oh well that might be the reason then.

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    this is my 'Dixie Lace'. it has the same ones.


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    Alex, I see normal phyllodes. No attempts at hoods and open mouths. THAT is what most phyllodia should look like. However, certain conditions, growing habit, and a host of other reasons can produce some strange stuff. Nothing in CP is really hard and fast.
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    Dixie Lace doesn't normally grow phyllodia, so I'm guessing it too is stressed and wants to sleep.

    They need to be put somewhere cold with low hours of light.

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    Bugweed: i know. i was just saying i had some of those leaves. but you did clear somthing for me. they are phyllodia and not some mutated leaf
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    Even S. alata will do this if stressed too much. Bouts with too much cold, then a heat wave could trigger it, lack of dormancy, and a host of other things could do this to about any sarracenia. Weather can drive a plant .



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