Here's my neocaledonica a month after I got it
Here it is two weeks ago
The obvious problem was light, so I moved it outside. It's beginning to get a lot of red coloring, but isn't nearly what it once looked like.
It is always in warm weather (90 or so thanks to this heat wave), high humidity, and very bright light. What is the problem?
The problem is the heat. D. neocaledonica require highland conditions to do well. It prefers bright light and cool days to do well.
Oh! Thanks a ton.. I never knew that...