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    As fall is approaching and cooler weather is on the way, i was wondering how low you will let it get for the petiolaris complex?

    Do you think too low will cause the plants to go into dormancy?
    Or is it best to grow all year around in 80f (28C) plus heat?

    Thanks for the help!
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    I only heat my house to 68 in winter and I keep my petios in the spare bedroom so...
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    For me, the jury is still out on that issue. I seem to have noticed a trend towards dormancy in colder conditions, but my experience is fairly limited. One thing is for sure, they GROW best in hot conditions so my inclination is to keep them toasty.
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