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Thread: Lance leaf sundew Problems

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    Really?? The first one I ever had was outside in part shade in 85-90 degree weather and I never ever saw it dewy...
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    The weather here is about 70-90 degree F with at least 40% humidity everyday. So inside or leave outside with no cover?

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    Inside or out is fine. No need for cover in either location. Morning sun is best, partially shaded or bright indirect sun the rest of the day.
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    And I am talking about Drosera adelae

    These are the exact temperatures at 4 PM which is right now
    81F with 52% Humidity
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    How long have you been growing this plant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    How long have you been growing this plant?
    One week. It has started producing new leaves already though, two of them.

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    Ok then, take a breath and slow down a bit. Take Not a numbers advice and keep it wet and shaded from the heat of the day. Mine are in an east windowsill and they love it.
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    The plant is probably still stressed from all the transistions. The older leaves may not produce dew if the glands dried out past a certain point. New leaves usually take a few days to start producing dew.

    Often it is hard to see the dew unless the lighting is just right - view the plant from different angles or move the lighting angle - backlighting with a flashlight might surprise you.
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